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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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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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... or "thank you." The bus was about 10 minutes late, so I'm glad I asked those people. I watched the movie "Chronicle" on the bus and then took a nap. I was awoken from my nap for Passport control. I had to show my passport 6 times to leave Russia and be allowed into Finland. I showed it 4 times in Russia and 2 times in Finland. My passport was stamped 2 times. I was hungry on the bus bc I didn't know what food I was or was not able to bring, so ...
... I proceeded to the Esplanade shopping area where there were many high end retail outlets before reaching the port. I stopped in at a tourist info office and picked up a Helsinki Card. Activating it Saturday morning will allow me free transit and museum entry for two days . Also included is a two hour bus tour of the central city.
By this time the sun was going down so I headed back to my apartment to chill with a beer and work on my blog before ...
... of Jacobs Creek. Thank god we’re only here for four days otherwise Julie would start to seek out black market New Zealand sauvignon blanc via the Russian mafia.
· Finns consume large quantities of beer.
· Wine might be expensive but salmon is not. We have had a couple of inexpensive meals from street stalls down by the port….including salmon paella and beautiful grilled salmon with roasted potatoes and vegetables. lja
... suits who have had one breast removed. Really powerful! The Fins also have a Hotel and Restaurant Museum. Very well created with pictures and information about how hotels and food have changed over the years! I also visited the Design Museum today and saw some really amazing furniture! It's been a long day and I'm just relaxin now and letting the thunderstorm pass by, then off to dinner and an early night because I'm headin off to Estonia tomorrow! Three countries down, who knew ...
... the torpedoes and engine rooms - as well as the cramped bunks - not for the faint-hearted! We wandered round the gun emplacements and tunnels (reminiscent of Devonport's North head) and had a cooling drink and ice cream on a terrace overlooking the sea - watching a huge liner setting off for it's next port of call. As well as crammed onto a tiny beach, people were lying on the smooth rocks all along the coastline, like ...