Thought for the day…” A pat on the back is only a few centimetres from a kick in the butt.”
” If it was not for the last minute, then nothing would get done”.
” Change is inevitable, except from vending machines”.
One of the complaints that you hear from foreign tourists in the Swedish capital, Stockholm, is about the cost of public toilets. Not only are there not enough of them, but when you do find one, then you can pay up to 10 SEK (=1.15 euros) for the priviledge. It is a similar story in Oslo, Norway and Helsinki, Finland, the public toilets are not so common and are expensive. But in Japan at least some of the public toilets now have Sega Toylet, a urine controlled computer game which is affected by the users aim and the flow of liquid. The world’s largest public toilet is reported to be in Chonquing, China, which can relieve 1000 people simultaneously. This building has an Egyptian theme (even though it is in China) and also music and TV screens to entertain users.
Almost back in its home port of Stockholm, Viking Line ‘Cinderella’ is just a few kilometres from the terminal in this recent shot from Stockholm, Sweden. The ship carries 2500 passengers, mainly on short 22 trips to Finland for dancing and drinking.
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