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Travel Blogs from Helsinki
... the artist....and on chatting to us she was amazed that we came all the way from Australia, and that the day before we were in Croatia...and that on a whim we decided to fly to Finland....anyway.....thank god, Len had the backpack....and I gave him the paintings to put in the backpack.....(you will find out later why)
So after.....the markets...we wandered through the gardens....and old churches....just taking in all the beauty around us.....since Helsinki is a coastal ...
... of India was a huge blessing! Finland is a very small country, with a total population of only 5.4 million (Helsinki, the national capital, only has 550,000 people and it’s their biggest city). Finnish people are incredibly polite and humble, almost to a point where they put themselves down. There is also a general notion that they keep to themselves and are not very social, especially in winter when it’s cold and miserable. This is perhaps true to an extent because ...
... having an affair with Felix who kills him but also with Felix's wife from all reports Rasputin was quite the man and happily had affairs with several people of both sexes. Interesting as this would be frowned upon quite heavily day as the Russians are not tolerant of gay couples. For a country that has rain for at least 260 days a year we have been extremely lucky that the days it has rained we have been travelling. Our first rainy day was as we came over the Russian border. Tonight ...
... who knew the drill!
We chose the more sedate Tapas Bar where we sat and enjoyed coffee and watched as we sailed through the archipelago off Sweden for mile upon mile. Soon it was time to get ready for dinner. We had been allocated the third sitting so lined up in anticipation. We were fortunate in being seated in the first row of tables set against the huge glass windows overlooking the bow of the ship - bonus!
... Rock Church, which was intriguing and amazing work. The next stop was the Sibelius Monument, which is a metallic forest monument set in a park. Very interesting design. (Jean had wanted to see both of these places.) After the bus trip, we toured The Cathedral (Lutheran), walked by the University Library, did a souvenir shop, walked the open air market, toured the orthodox Uspensky Cathedral, and walked along ...
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