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... are not immediately obvious and it took us about half a day to discover that the escalators not only take you down to the Metro but to kilometres of shops.
Interesting things I now know about Finland:
- With a population of five million the country has twenty two government run universities all free.
· The only place I know where you can buy a half a glass of wine. Partly because wine is a luxury….. . $20 AUD for ...
... slept through the journey and is on surprising good form as we walk to the long stay car park. She sees her first aeroplane at about 100ft in the air, her expression going from petrified to shocked to confused. We head out to the bus under a stream of very low flying aircraft. By the time we reach the bus stop she is rather unimpressed; once you've seen one... I have decided to make all future plane journeys with a baby! As we ...
... to be different than those in Russia. While there is still a "hint of darkness" in Moscow (not so in St. Petersburg), Helsinki citizens were by far, a very happy bunch.
Finland was a part of the Kingdom of Sweden from the 13th to the early 19th century. During WW II, the Soviet Union attempted an invasion of Finland but were handed an embarrassing ...
... some reason I don't understand. Next on the list of budget eats was a place called Bar No 9, so I walked there and had a Chicken, Coriander and Soy stir fry. It was quite nice, and 10 Euro is pretty good for Helsinki - not exactly Estonia prices though! A couple of days ago I had sent a request through the website couchsurfing.com to a fellow named Dmitry, and surprisingly he agreed for me to sleep on his couch for three nights in Helsinki. He sent ...
... next leg. Helsinki! The Finnair flight was smooth, though not as comfortable as the first leg. I arrived in Helsinki at 0630 and made my way to our apartment. After dodgy instructions on the tram stop, multiple calls from the guy meeting me to give me the keys I finally arrived at the small but cosy apartment that will be home for the next few days. I have just walked into the city centre and had a red wine at a lovely ...
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