Hostel Mekka

Vuorikatu 8 B, Helsinki, Southern Finland, 100, Finland | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Helsinki

Estonia to Finland

A travel blog entry by vivicarroll on Sep 01, 2014

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... We saw a sculpture (pipe organ or tree) and a church carved into a hillside made entirely of Rock. Helsinki is a modern town and our hotel was lovely - Kamp Hotel. I wish that we had had more time here! . We walked to a charming little Italian restaurant for dinner. It was great food and a quaint neighborhood place full of ...

First cruise stop

A travel blog entry by newsbob on Aug 22, 2014

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... block to Market Square along the waterfront. It was a combination farmers’ market and souvenir heaven for tourists.

You could buy all sorts of berries and vegetables, as well as fur hats, t-shirts, refrigerator magnets, and jewelry made from reindeer antlers.

A few steps away, near an amusement park Ferris wheel stood a big statue of a garish boy, urinating into the harbor. It really looked out of ...

4th Stop Helsinki

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 14, 2014

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... the Senaatintori (or Senate Square). The Senate Square is the oldest part of central Helsinki and we were immediately stuck by the beauty of the main cathedral that anchors the square on one side. We then headed over to the Kauppatori Market Square, situated right on the water front and wandered through stalls that sold fresh produce, local seafood and all kinds of handmade Finnish goods and souvenirs. ...

The land of the many vowels

A travel blog entry by segacs on Aug 11, 2014

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... night out, which included a salsa club, a dance bar in a main square, an outdoor terrace on the roof. New friends on the night included Omar the salsa instructor, Patrick the Austrian who was going to Iceland to ride ponies, and a group of Scottish women who we met in the middle of the street... twice. Drinks were consumed, laughs were had, and the rest faded into the blissful blur of the beer vortex until the small hours of the morning.

Helsinki, you're all right.
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Finland and Estonia!

A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Aug 09, 2014

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... get water, you had to tilt the pot toward you until water came out of the spout. I loved it!

After lunch, we had a few hours of free time to explore and shop before heading back to the ferry to return back to Finland. I got some pretty cool stuff to bring home but again, can’t ruin the surprise for some people. One noteworthy event that happened when we arrived back at the ferry terminal in Finland was when I was on the flat escalator going on a downward slant. ...

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