BEST WESTERN Hotel Rantapuisto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... missed our planned 3:05 ferry back to the mainland since the kids were having so much fun but we had to catch the 3:45. That gave us a little time to explore the harbor's open air market right at the foot of the Presidential Palace and beautiful Russian Orthodox Church. The market itself had roughly a dozen vendors in canvas tents selling local delectables and souvenirs. We stopped at one of the grills who offered us a special deal ...
... tourist boats, and fresh fish market and food stalls. The weather was also slightly warmer from St Petersburg as that was to be my coldest destination on this trip and each day was moving later into April and spring weather.
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... The directions were really good. The hostel is nice. I have a 2 bedroom place. The receptionist gave me a great map and told me of a place to eat. It was Nepalese food. I was excited bc I've had Indian food that I love. I walked a scenic route around Helsinki, which wasn't very scenic. I met my roommate. Her name is March. She's from Beijing. She speaks English well. I hung out in the kitchen with March and 3 Germans last night. It was a lot of ...
... through to our gate, it was hard to believe that after 130 nights, 30 flights, 13 intercity trains, and 8 buses the first league of our journey was ending.
Taking off from Helsinki and bursting through the clouds there was a certain poetic beauty in the fact that ending this chapter of our trip we would spend the entire flight flying towards an endless sunset.
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... the batteries. On the way back we looked for a shop that sells Moomin trolls, a national treasure and also very current as Tove Jansson the artist and creator who would have celebrated her hundredth birthday this year. We found a touristy shop which advertised them and went inside; The inkivääri lohikäärme reared her head as the children's section was up some very steep stairs but luckily it was just a fleeting ...