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... set me straight again and I called "Cheap Sleeps" hostel and was told they had a private double available for 69 Euros and after getting a bus tip and directions, we were on our way. A cheap hotel with breakfast would be just overs 100 Euros, so we saved a little but more importantly, we'd be in Paul's neighborhood where we'd be going out later.
It was a clean place and the doors were thick. But there were a bunch of shifty looking guys hanging ...
... the toughest looking rock you could imagine. After several moments of quiet reflection with about a million other tourists, we headed on the tram to Ullanlinna district and Kaivopuisto park. It's a beautiful, large park overlooking the small islands heading into the Sea of Finland. A very nice place for lunch. We walked back into the port area (Kaartinkaupunki district) - where all the ferries ...
... their troops stationed there. The island is now home to a number of museums but our favorite part was simply walking around and seeing the old bunkers and crumbling fortress walls. Another highlight is the church which is situated on top of the only hill on the whole island. Built by the Russians in 1854 (while they controlled Finland of course) it served as a Russian Orthodox Church until 1920 and still ...
... and got a drink in the bar next door to the hostel. Catherine arrived just after 9, soaked due to a freak two-minute downpour while she was walking from the train station.
Our dynamic trio reunited at last, we set out to experience Helsinki's nightlife. Trouble was, it was Monday night, so locating said nightlife was a bit of a challenge. Of course, no challenge is too big for a Hunny Badger. We asked, cajoled, befriended, and practically accosted our way to ...
After two tours in a row in Russia, we elected to venture out on our own in Helsinki. Taking the bus into the city center, we noticed that it looked like a lot of other European cities, but was more modern and most of the signs were in English as well as Finnish. It was comforting to be back in a more welcoming land.
There was a fantastic European outdoor market that consisted mostly of food stands from practically every European ...