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Close to port (walking), pleasant staff, bathroom, safe, DBed, Good TV, free WIFI, window that opens. No smoking room. Clean and Tidy. Good Breakfast.
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... me the seating can be a “little bit squeezy”. The space problem becomes even more acute when the passenger in front reclines their seat when your tray table is down. In this situation you are basically pinned to your seat by the tray table whilst the screen in the back of the seat in front becomes a pixelated haze as it is only two centimetres from your face. I’d image this position is a little like being in a cattle crush. ...
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The Stadium was built in the 1930s in preparation for the 1940 Olympics; however, the games were canceled because of WWII. Helsinki expanded the Stadium and was the host in 1952.
The Helsinki Festival was still set up by the square ...
... we passed a bunch of Semester at Sea people before reaching the rest of the family. Everyone was cracking up...it was hilarious! When we got there, all the kids took turns pushing baby Cole in the stroller.
Ice cream was delicious—I had apple cinnamon and chocolate. We stayed in the beautiful area by the ship that had a beach, sailboats parked at a pier, rocks to climb on, a putting green for mini golf, a skateboarding park, and people biking in a special biking lane. ...
The plan was to keep today fairly low key. We met Lin and then went to the ferry- via a very long tram ride as we managed to get the wrong tram! Helsinki is great because you can get a pass and can travel on bus, tram or ferry for however many days you need. Except that Alex's 7 day pass went through the wash and didn't survive! Soumenlinna is not a palace but a fortress. Much of it is camouflaged underground and is built from granite stones. I loved ...