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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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The nave area is quite dark since the normal stained glass windows are not there. The walls are made up of wide slabs separated by a slit which does have stained glass but this slit is not visible facing the alter. All very different to the traditional church it replaced. The end result is very moving.
Next day we visited the Coventry Transport Museum in the morning this was ...
... covered with scaffolding and protective sheeting! We went inside to have a look at this 60s building with a huge circular copper ceiling under the dome. A service in English was coming to an end, regardless, or for the benefit of, the tourists, We wanted to see the Sibelius monument so I asked a young girl from the tourist office, riding a bike by the church, now to get there. She said it was only about 10 minutes walk and also gave us a pamphlet about the #2/3 tram that does ...
... Finish Swedish and Danish were together they usually speak English as they don't speak each other's language streets have heating under pavements to melt the ice most parking, buses and trains are underground. When the port ices over they have to move their boats out its port if is not done the council moves them out and fines occur but if they don't come to pick them up they are destroyed very strict laws on everything . Back to ship left at 4pm arrive in St Petersburg Russia at 8am ...
... and a small waffle each at the food market then hit the room to recharge both electronic and digital batteries before going to see the Church in the Rock. Having recharged we set off to catch the Hop on Hop off bus again, as the Church In the Rock was only three stops from us. We hurried to the bus stop and Vicki asked me if I had the tickets, Oops, I “had them, they were in the bits of paper I took from my wallet before we left the room! Vicki explained to the ...
... my hotel.
I had a map anyway so went to my hotel. There were wide cobbled boulevards with central tram tracks. The art deco architecture continued.