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... lovely dogs! Imagine even getting to that stage in a dog show of this size! We decided we needed to get some decent food to eat as most of the time we had been snacking - I discovered that all Alex had eaten on Saturday was biscuits and popcorn! We thought there were several restaurants around us. There were, but they were already closed as it was 9pm and everything open was just bars. We waled around the area trying to find something and discovered ...
... and determined down the sidewalk. Looked for parents, nobody! Saw a lady with a baby stroller in the direction he was running. We both signalled it wasn't our kid and when he reached her she tried to talk to him but he kept running! Then he turned around back toward me. Finally we followed him to a playground where a bunch of older kids knew him and took him home. Turns out he was German and doesn't speak Finnish. Funny and scary all at ...
... was clear. After our Ferris wheel ride we walked around to the Uspenski Katedraali, the Orthodox Church I had visited on Day 1. Today it was open so we were able to venture inside. We were there at the same time as a tour group so it was pretty crowded. We managed to get some photos and head off. We walked around the water along Pohjoisranta stopping along the way to check out the boats docked alongside. It started to rain on us so we ...
DAY 12 ..... Saturday, May 31st ..... Helsinki
Our first Scandinavian port of this cruise.
We enjoyed Helsinki ... it is a small capital city with an inner harbor area that includes a Central Market. On top of that there is the Pohjoisesplanadi and Etelaesplanadi, two tree-lined boulevards with ...
... and a nice park that apparently is one of the places where Finns gather on Mayday in huge numbers. I guess we showed up a day late. It was another nice morning and the view from the southern tip was great. Could see a bunch of the small islands nearby and was just a very pleasant day out too. We basically rounded the southeastern tip and then headed up the coast back to the city center. On the way we passed a monument ...
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Eteläinen, Helsinki | 1 star hostelfrom $40
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