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... br> Me (KK): "No."
H: "Why not?"
KK: "Because I don't have a boyfriend."
H: "Why don't you have a boyfriend?"
KK: "Because he's a Loser."
H: "Why is he a Loser?"
KK: "Because he can't communicate."
Not knowing that Heta's Mum, acting as translator, is actually telling little Heta everything I say word for word (because I know Mum knows my situation, and just assumed she would be sugar coating things for a 3 year old).
H: "Why can't he ...
... up our bags then walked to Central Station. We didn't realise it was so close to the hotel and only took us about 5 minutes. Walked around the square and took some photos then found bus platform 30. We just missed a bus which left as we were arriving but the next one was only 20 minutes after. Caught the Finnair bus to the airport at 6:30, arriving just after 7. We did self service check in and bag drop ...
... after all we’d eaten at the breakfast, all we wanted to do was just slump on the bed and watch television.
Shortly before 2pm, we checked out and left our bag in the secure luggage store at the hotel. We had worked out how to kill a few hours in the city and stay warm at the same time. The cinema. We had been trying to see The Hunger Games since it had came out last year, and a cinema a short walk across the square was showing ...
... to Hotel Finn which is a chic hotel in the heart of Helsinki....close to the train station so we could leg it without too much trouble...
We found a place for dinner called the iguana bar which was sort of a Mexican place but did good pizzas as well...and I had a few of the local brews...!
Tomorrow is the ferry to Talinn which should be the start of a new adventure...
sorry no no photos today
... visit, I still don’t know much about Finland’s capital, despite an excellent tour guide, and a four hour excursion.
We saw lots of parks, many containing at least one statue of a noted Finn. I only recognized one name, the composer Jan Sibelius. We saw a tribute statue of him as well.
To me, the most impressive stop was at the so-called Rock Church, a modern Lutheran church carved out ...