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After two tours in a row in Russia, we elected to venture out on our own in Helsinki. Taking the bus into the city center, we noticed that it looked like a lot of other European cities, but was more modern and most of the signs were in English as well as Finnish. It was comforting to be back in a more welcoming land.
There was a fantastic European outdoor market that consisted mostly of food stands from practically every European ...
... around the ship before returning to our cabin, situated in the lower bowels of the vessel. No one was outside at 1:00 in the morning (possibly because it was windy and cold), and it was an incredibly tranquil experience, with nothing around but seawater and orange sunlight on the northern horizon. Standing on the deck looking out at the water, I couldn't help but reflect on the end of our time in Europe and the fact that our lives were, once again, about to change drastically.
... At this point we decided to ride back to the ship, because we had already seen what we wanted anyway. Once onboard we went straight to lunch. Pizza, and salad were calling. Donna, well she still can't eat air very easy at this point. After lunch it was nap time, only to be woken up by the captain telling us we were leaving. Yeah, OK. Blow the Love Boat Theme, and let's get out of town. Since we were now awake Donna wanted me to go see my friend at Trident Grill ...