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... to stand as we drove to the terminal. Emma was quite dizzy so I held onto the hand strap of the bus with one hand and held her up by the back pack with the other. OO also had Emma arm. We hoped off the bus and walked onto the terminal and Emma collapsed onto her knees to the ground. I gave her a few minutes and then helped her up and escorted her to a seat. I had Nadine sit with her. We waited for around 25 minutes for our luggage to start coming through. After we had out cases ...
... I ventured back up to the bar for a quick meal of sausages and bread washed down by thick, rich Finnish coffee.
We had a quiet evening in our cabin, and turned in early because we were scheduled to arrive in Helsinki at 08:00 AM the next morning.
We pulled into Helsinki’s Vuosaari’s harbor smack dab on time at 08:00 the following day. The ship’s announcing system wanted all drivers to be back to their vehicles at 07:30 AM, but ...
Well my last full day in Helsinki - not quite, I leave tomorrow evening for Oslo (Norway) but I'll be packing and organising some more travel tomorrow!
Currently sitting on the enclosed balcony - well atm the sliding foldaway glass panels are sliden away - Scandinavian efficiency! Enjoying some Lingonberrie juice with Finland's official vodka called Koskenkorva (not Finlandia as some would believe). I even found ...
... your eyes with a friendly nod as you pass on the street, and when you have any reason to ask for help, seem to go out of their way to make sure your problem is solved. We even got helpful directions to the post office from a blind man today - only because he was going into the building we were coming out of, lost.
The reason we were going to the post office was because we idiotically (oh dear, there goes the sax again, the ...
Our last full day in the Nordic counties dawned (if that is the right word, here in the land of endless twilight) overcast but dry. We'd had a quiet night, although there was a point when we thought we had made a terrible mistake moving down to the seaside. A succession of boy racers pretending they were Jeremy Clarkson, bikers pretending their 250cc machines could really do wheelies, and young couples parking up and pretending they really weren't doing what they were ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting