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TravelPod Member ReviewsAnna Hotel Helsinki
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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... stark, but one shouldn't compare - and then the famous department store Stockmann where we found many of Finnish brands which we didn't know were Finnish.
Over dinner we got another insight into Finnish history. Aino's parents were raised east of Helsinki in Karelia, an area that is now part of Russia. They were forced to move into central Finland during the conflict with Russia then returned their homes only to be relocated back to central Finland again when the ...
... more like a performance, since no church service was actually occurring.
I was amazed at the behavior of two young Asian women, who took photo after photo of the church with little cameras, always including a small stuffed doll in their pictures. Is this some sort of new Japanese craze?
Next, we stopped in a park at the Sibelius Monument. The major attraction here is a huge sculpture consisting of ...
... in Russia we decided to just strike out on our own and see what we could find in the city. After quite a bit more walking than we had initially planned on we happened upon a little café and decided to stop for coffee, catch up on some wifi quickly and get our bearings. Once we knew roughly where we were (and we were pleased to learn that we had been accidentally heading in the right direction) we set ...
... by Google. From here it is a short walk to the ABBA museum.. Here is some history we can really relate to. There is photos, costumes, actual recording studios, albums and the platinum awards. Any thing and everything ABBA and the famous songs with videos played all over. A good hour was invested here and we came away with a better appreciation of this famous foursome from Sweden ...and an ear worm of Dancing Queen!! Saturday 9th August. We promised ourselves a visit to ...
... when she was three!! Anyway, there was an interesting political art exhibit by Alfedo Jaar that Colin and I found educational (and I'm going to pretend made us just a tad smarter). After the museum, we headed over to the Design District to poke around in some stores. I didn't buy anything (shocking, I know), but we stopped at a cute little restaurant for lunch and a glass of wine (me) and beer (Colin). I flirted with an ...