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... the train only travels at 120km, not upto 300km like other high speed trains, or this could have cut another hour or more off the journey. There wasn't much to see except for the tall needle like trees and some logging trains.
Regarding Passports I had come to Russia on my Canadian as that is how I was able to apply for ...
... into casual mode and some of them were playing the card game "*******" next to me. I didn't take it personally.
The flight to Helsinki took two hours. The last portion of it was over the Baltic Sea and I could see the water and islands through the scattered clouds below. As we got close to Helsinki I could see that the ground was snow covered and that the water between the many islands was frozen.
The Helsinki airport has two terminals but is ...
... stalls selling local delicacies.Unwind with a coffee in Holiday Inn Helsinki-Vantaa Airport's sociable lounge, furnished with sofas and well-stocked bookshelves. Or head into central Helsinki to admire Senate Square's elegant 19th-century buildings and stroll past fishing boats in the busy harbour.
... for services today by the current inhabitants of the island. While the church is fairly understated it does hold a unique place in history. It is the only church in the world to double as a lighthouse!
After walking all over the island we headed back to the mainland and decided to grab lunch at one of the little stands in the market. We both had traditional salmon soup with slices of ...
... Take that, "expensive" Helsinki. I returned to the bike and rode back to Dmitry's place. I relaxed a little by watching some TV on my iPad, then Dmitry announced that we were going to cook dinner. He had decided on chicken bolognese, so I helped by chopping up veggies, and stirring with such vigour that I kept accidentally knocking bits of food onto the hot plate. While we were cooking, I asked what happened to the cutlets he had considered cooking yesterday, and worried ...