BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Haaga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Left Moscow on a small plane heading to Helsinki for a stopover and change of plane. Flight was ok but the small size of plane was a little scary. They had to de-ice the plane before take off. No we didn't have to push it on the Tarmac. At Helsinki we had a very long wait ...
... restaurant and then made our way back to get our luggage and then take the number 9 tram to the west harbor to catch our ship, the St. Peter Line "Princess Maria." She's not as new or pretty as the "Viking Grace" but we're happy with her. I think it was 241 Euros for a cabin for two, there and back. That's including the scammy 25 Euros each for the "tourist shuttle" to and from town. That's the only way to get the 72 hour visa free trip to Russia. Even ...
Nearly 48 hours after I left home on Sunday afternoon, we have finally arrived in Helsinki. The second flight had the potential to be very arduous - 12 1/2 hours stuck in the middle seat of the middle aisle and not being able to move one iota - but I did get to have a half decent sleep for a few hours so not feeling too bad at this ...
... and sticky, we headed back to the hostel after stopping off for some late-night kebabs.
Another great day in Helsinki. This city is great. Funnily enough, the locals all seem surprised when you compliment their city, as if they're mystified that you'd want to come here or that you enjoy it once you're here. I don't know what gives them that idea, because Helsinki is a really cool place. I'm really having a blast here in Finland. I may not leave.
... aren’t too lost. I saw some buildings we learned about in Architecture class the day before. I didn’t think any of them were very attractive because they were modern looked kind of industrial, which makes sense because they were built during the Industrial Revolution. One interesting building we visited was the Rock Church, which is a church dug out of rocks in the ground and it is covered by a circular roof made out of 13 miles of coiled copper, with a ring of ...