BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Haaga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... into upscale shops, offices and restaurants. Ravintola Sipoli is one of those restaurants located on the third floor of the building. The roof has been rebuilt to contain a very large skylight/window looking straight up at the cathedral.
It was an apt setting for a truly grand meal. Being a Tuesday night in late January, I had the waiter's complete attention as his only customer. I ordered the chef's menu for the evening and it was fabulous! ...
Teahcer: Sanna Lindeman
- School has students 7-16 (yrs 1-9)
- Class viewed: Year 4, designing and making bugs with a stepper motor. Kit project for the parts. Students design individual version of the bug.
- Sanna is a new teacher who hasn't quite finished her masters
- Helsinki school
- Specialist crafts ...
Yesterday was a lonnnggg day! Because of the Hong Kong protests spreading to Mongkok it restricted us from moving about to see things. However we managed to go to see the Bird Garden Market in Yung Po street which I found an interesting insight into traditional culture with all the sounds if the birds chirping and the old men with their birds and ughh! bags of live crickets and grasshoppers for bird feed for sale! Nearby is Flower Street with so ...
... Senate Square on your Helsinki sightseeing tour!
A famously laid-back Scandinavian city, Helsinki is relaxed yet vibrant with a host of exciting attractions that beg to be discovered. Architecture harks back to days of Russian and Swedish rule, and the city’s maritime heritage gives its history an interesting edge. So hop aboard your comfortable, open-top, double-decker bus and discover sightseeing opportunities galore.
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... conversational Finnish did not disappoint, though I suspect my turn of phrase may be akin to Dickensian English. We trotted across the city (voted the World Design Capital 2012 by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design) making a mental note of curios and shops we would like to peruse on another day. Today we were off to the metropolitan area! En route the damn kirahvi was again conspicuous by her absence. After ...