"Enfin, les amateurs d'histoire apprécieront le Vieux Bordeaux"
I thought enfin was used when an expected result occurs (foreseeable outcome) and finalement was used for an unexpected result (unforeseeable outcome). Is there a better way to keep these two words straight? In the above sentence, how would a visitor to Bordeaux know what to expect before actually seeing the city?
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