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Travelling in Russia and Scandinavia today

Travelling in Russia and Scandinavia today

Old Dec 26th 2023, 3:42 pm
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I wonder how the present NATO-Russia stand-off will affect tourism in Scandinavia. If the situation gets any more tense, Finland will become more risky. And imagine if NATO blockades the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad! Yikes.

I have grandchildren living in Norway. They're not involved in the tourism industry,but still... Back in the day, I hitch-hiked in Sweden, Denmark and Finland, and have often suggested to the kids that they should visit their neighbouring countries.

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