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... fame for us is it's the largest hemispherical building in the world and there is a capsule ride up the outside to the 130 m summit. From there, no getting out, but you can see for miles all around. Retraced our steps and trammed it to the Vasamuseet. Now this is a museum ! It's sole purpose is to inform on the history of the Vasa....nothing else. This was a man o war built in 1628 and sank in Stockholm harbour on its maiden voyage in 1629..(same year Vlamingh found Rottnest). ...
... of Finland. They have been occupied by Sweden and Russia and therefore their architecture is heavily influenced by both countries. Only 5 M people in the entire country! Ended our tour at their version of the inner harbor at a market. Katie bought scarfs made of rabbit fur for her and Chloe. The closest we will get to owning a rabbit! Russia ...
... some reason I don't understand. Next on the list of budget eats was a place called Bar No 9, so I walked there and had a Chicken, Coriander and Soy stir fry. It was quite nice, and 10 Euro is pretty good for Helsinki - not exactly Estonia prices though! A couple of days ago I had sent a request through the website couchsurfing.com to a fellow named Dmitry, and surprisingly he agreed for me to sleep on his couch for three nights in Helsinki. He sent ...
... and singers. It was really good.
Back to our restaurant for our normal dinner. One couple didn’t make
it as they weren’t feeling too good. Place got her birthday cake and all the
waiters sang happy birthday.
Had to put our clocks back another hour so we didn’t stay up too
Arrived at Helsinki about 45 minutes late this morning due to a thick
fog which didn’t lift until about 11.30, so didn’t see anything sailing ...
... the development of the Safety Match and that over 80% of the world’s matches were and are still today, made in Sweden! We didn’t know that! Great museum – MJ even got to make a packet of matches! But she was so slow that she didn’t get paid.
From Jonkoping we headed north towards Dalarna, which is a craft centre of Sweden. If you have even heard of or seen a Dala Horse (hand-carved and hand-painted wooden horse), this ...