Hellsten Helsinki Senate
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... and Helsinki is also known as the party boat and party people did. Matt could believe how excited people of all ages were for the karaoke session, it was quite an experience to sit in the bar and listen to Swedish and Finnish karaoke, thankfully most the singers seemed to be quite good. Drinks were also cheap compared to what we'd paid in the rest of Scandinavia, it was nice to buy a beer for under £5. Matt made friends with a big, bold Finnish man, who had a lot ...
... granite in 1969, after residents of the area complained about plans to erect a huge cathedral.
During our visit, a pianist was playing some wonderful classical music as busload after busload of tourists slowly made their way through the building.
There was some confusion about whether to applaud as she completed each selection, since church protocol generally holds that clapping is not appropriate. But ...
... with iPods and a map with some verbal instructions. A bus dropped us in town and basically we were left to it.
After an hour we ditched the iPods (well, put them back in our bag) and walked our own tour without map.
Helsinki is a lovely city with a good vibe to it. The markets at the waterfront had a great and interesting variety of produce, craft, art and most other activities you would find at a ...
... tourists. Travel Wiki said that the best way was the public transport ferry and that it should cost around 5 Euro for a 12 hour return ticket, but so many private ferry operators were there advertising one way trips for more. Initially I walked the wrong direction and got lost in a maze of markets and shops, but I retraced my steps, walked the other way and found the official ferry terminal. I bought my ticket using the automatic machine, and the ferry pulled up just a few ...
... War II, Finland did not host in 1940, but the stadium was finally used when they did host in 1952. As always, I am the photographer on this trip and after I took a photo of Karl at the stadium, he offered to take one of me. In the process of handing him the camera, it ended up bouncing on the pavement. Apparently he didn’t have a good hold of it when I let go. While the camera still would turn on, there was nothing on the screen. ...