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- After an extremely long night (12 hour flight) and the most uncomfortable sleep I have ever had we arrived into Helsinki and the local weather was -2 degrees
- We went through security and I had to dispose of my 7th toiletry item since leaving Brisbane and we then made our way through passport control and waited for our ...
... form a large pipe organ type structure in a beautiful park where the autumn leaves have started to fall. Winter time is - 25deg C, while summer can be 25 deg. A large temperature variance. We drove past the Olympic Stadium of 1952, which was built to host the games in 1940, but couldn't host because of WW2. We got off the bus at the National Museum walking past Parliament House to the Temppeliaukio Church which is Lutheran. It was only available from 1145 as services were ...
... living near the equivalent of Helsinki's Hay Street! In the end, we went to the supermarket and bought bread, ham, cheese and tomato and a microwave meal for Alex and had that for dinner! Today is a little site seeing around one of the bays in Helsinki that Alex wants to explore, then we need to book the ferry to Tallinn and organise some accommodation for Tuesday night. We also need to organise how and when we are getting to Riga and then get to Vilnius on ...
... traditional Russian Orthodox Church with golden onion domes and the other was in the empire style, painted white with lots of symmetrical ionic columns, and a large, white dome on top. It looked to be more of a government building than a church, probably because the bottom half looked like the White House and the top half looked like the Capitol building. After the tour, I went back to the ship for lunch and a nap before going back out again with my friend, Claire. We had a ...
... to be a mile-high crane. We noticed a small basket at the top which was lowered to the ground for each new person to be taken up for their own moment of insanity. This continued throughout the afternoon, and we must have watched at least 15 people swan dive off. I hate heights and can't stand even the thought of this. Crazy Fins.
We slowly headed back to the ship so that we wouldn't have to wait for the shuttle bus, and signed up ...