Hellsten Helsinki Parliament
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It's really interesting the observations you make when sleep deprived and alcohol enhanced.
For instance; the cars here all have Euro plates and the Finns don't wear plaid.
Let me start at the start.
Some of you may recall that my last blog started with me leaving my backpack on the TTC shuttle bus from Kipling subway …
I had to post yesterday before the real adventure began. We had three uncertain things about last night:
1. Would the bus driver let us ride the bus with the Eurail?
2. Would we be able to find the train station in Tornio, and would it be a warm place to wait?
3. Would the train show up in Tornio?
The bus showed up to the …
The alarm was set early today, we needed to be up, showered, eaten breakfast and out the door by 10am. We were booked on the SAS flight at 1pm to Stockholm with an onward connection to Helsinki. The drive from Melrose, in the Scottish Borders, to Edinburgh airport would take an hour at best and longer if there was traffic delays.
We were ready to leave about 9:45am so we thought just to leave anyway. Better to be a bit early at the airport than late. David's parents ...
... the lobby and in front of the building smoking. Gypsies? Unemployed immigrants from SE Europe? Who knows, but they seemed innocuous enough, but Deanne was unnerved by their loud meeting in the lobby where one guy was in charge of writing things down. "No, they're not terrorists planning their next move" I said. They're probably looking for work.
The hostel was literally above a grocery store. There seem to be two in Finland: the K Market and the ...
Our rather sensible plan to leave at 04:30 was modified and we actually leave at 05:20; a much more realistic time. Traffic is light and we sail down the motorway gritting our teeth as we rapidly decelerate through many temporary speed limits. As we approach Heathrow, Kate broaches the the fact we do not actually have directions for the long stay car parking but we manage to find it ok using the force and some remarkably good signage. Orla ...