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So our final diner in Finland confirmed all of the rumours. Meat and Potatoes... not complaining by any means. We love meet and potatoes. we were due to catch the 15:30 ferry from Helsinki to Tallinn (Estonia) so we only had the morning free and couldn't stray too far from the hostel were our bags were kept, solution...... Shopping. Helsinki is …
While leaving Russia was quite sad, I'm not going to complain too much. the train trip was great. the scenery out of the fast train was simply beautiful! it also helps that Adam seams to have accidentally booked 1st class. The cabin was almost empty and we had oodles of leg room, free wifi and lunch included. Having wifi on the train meant we got …
... They had German sausages, French breads, Danish pastries, Italian wine and cheese, Swedish meatballs, British shortbread, and others. Sam noticed the Dutch honey cookies he loved as a kid (he lived there until age 3), and we agreed they were delicious. We moseyed our way through the old town, saw a couple of churches including the Upenski Lutheran one, and continued heading south towards a large park for a picnic. The day was spectacular: ...
... gloves to wear, and it was only a short ride - she would normally walk to the station - this way was a lot faster and a lot more fun. Previously I think she thought me a little crazy doing this huge trip on the bike, but now I think she understands. Except when it's raining, that part's still pretty average. Everyone was saying that "if you do one thing in Helsinki, you should visit Suomenlinna" - so I found somewhere to park the bike near the ferry terminal and waded into the ...
... We arrived in Stockholm the next morning with only one, final journey ahead of us. It was a bittersweet feeling, knowing that Finland was the last European country we would be visiting (for now), and it was certainly sad saying goodbye to people with no idea when or if we would ever cross paths again (something we had been doing daily for over a week at that point), but the journey, both to Finland and in the broader context of our time in Europe, was something we were both grateful for. ...
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