*kicks maccorin in the nuts*
Dagnammit Mac! You do know that suana in Swedish is not even called sauna? In Swedish it's called 'bastu' and sauna is what Finns call it. The word sauna is Finnish and we have some other very original sauna related vocabulary that I would not even be able to accurately translate into English 'cause they don't have any kind of meaning to you guys. Let's get this straight once and for all: Finns invented sauna, ok! Swedes may have Ikea and Abba but sauna is Finnish for fsck's sake. There is documented evidence that Finns have has sauna for over a 1000 years and scientists believe that the tradition is probably twise as old as the oldest documents.
So don't kid around with serious issues maccorin. For anyone who wishes to learn more about the subject I recommend going to www.sauna.fi (oh yes, even sauna has a website)
Oh and kungfuramone9 you were pretty close, it's spelled 'rautatieasema' tho. :wink: