BEST WESTERN Hotel Rantapuisto
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... about bringing mink products into Australia. Back on ship by 2pm for a snack and rest before our hot mineral spa and sailing at 4pm. Beautiful Sunday afternoon with many sailing and pleasure craft returning from a day in bay around so many small islands and calm seas. The sea has been so calm that when walking ashore we don't notice any difference. I can also walk down the stairs without using the handrail. Two lovely days to go ... Oh it has gone so quickly and I think of ...
... all was wet but the sun was shining. It was my chance to see buildings I hadn't yet seen in good weather at the city center and Kamppi.
ATENEUM ART MUSEUM
KIASMA MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
HELSINKI MUSIC CENTER
Musicians were getting ready to perform for free (classical music) as part ...
... personal experience yet...) Really good window shopping and appreciation of good design with a few little purchases. We found a fantastic book shop and antiquarian. Unfortunately the amazing Bruun commercial poster from the 60s we were trying to purchase was a little too steep at at least €250+ However we managed the acquisition of a very cool poster for Orla which was cheekily asked for and in typical Finnish ...
... were only up there for an hour. I went back to the ship with the group on the bus and spent the rest of the day napping and getting ahead on homework, which I did while hanging out with Mikkie in a quiet room while she graded papers and with Jackson while he did summer reading and with a girl named Sydney, who is one of my ship sisters. She was working on a paper, too.
On my third day in the port of Helsinki, I went on a SAS field program to Tallinn, Estonia for the day. ...
Thanks to double glazed windows, our concerns about the potential noise were allayed, and we both had a good sleep, and were ready to embark on the next leg of our journey.
As we still hadn't paid, we found the manager guy as we were ready to leave, but to our surprise, he said no – no payment…. we gathered that he was more than happy to take our camping gear as full payment, so we'd effectively sold it for €42. Not a bad ...