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... to get around. I know it’s an old chestnut but Brisbane should never have removed the tram system. The key for tourists in Helsinki are tram numbers 2 and 3 as they basically circumnavigate the city.
On first impressions the city centre seems pretty quiet especially after the mayhem of Hong Kong but because the place experiences minus twenty degree winters a lot of the activity takes place below street level. These underground ...
... Senate Square – home to Helsinki Cathedral – and Temppeliaukio Church, a place of worship and concert venue that is carved from local bedrock. Pass the functionalist Lasipalatsi building or perhaps hop off at Helsinki Olympic Stadium – Finland’s largest stadium.
With your ticket, you can remain on the bus for an entire loop (roughly 1.5 hours) as you listen to the informative audio commentary, or you can hop on and off at any of the ...
... Besides the overpriced souvenirs and handicrafts, and fresh and fried fish, there were reindeer dishes! Reindeer! Time to move on....
So I headed towards the Engels Cafe across the Helsinki Cathedral to have my lunch/supper. It was quite busy but I found myself a nice spot and didn't even realize it was raining. When I ...
Christina, our guide, and Markos, our driver, took us on a fairly good tour around Helsinki this morning with a few photo stops - which are the most important, and most accessible places. All very good. I think we were both quite satisfied by all of it. Helsinki is a lovely city. Quite clean and orderly. It did rain for about half an hour, but not heavy. We were told that were many wifi hotspots around town so we sat ourselves in a ...
... text just as I was walking to dinner to let me know he was home from work and that I could arrive any time, so once I'd finished dinner I rode out of town for 20 minutes to his apartment. He lives in a block of apartments for students of the nearby university, and he has a brand new studio apartment with his bed, the pull out bed, the kitchen and the eating area in the one open plan room. It's cosy, but it's nice, and he's very hospitable. When I ...
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