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I have been walking around and exploring quite a bit recently as it has been warmer. (sorry for those who are suffering the bitter cold in Winnipeg) I don't have much to write as it is all starting to seem normal, but I have attached some of my recent ...
... passport control would stamp our passports. Spent the hour walking around the airport before boarding the short flight to Berlin (same time as Adelaide to Melbourne). No Tv's on the flight and most people slept, until the food was served, then everyone was magically awake. We were given a sausage roll looking thing, but it wasn't hot and the filling was a sweet nutty jam thing. We arrived into the cold air of Berlin and collected our baggage and headed to the buses, where we met the other flight. -Katie Williams ...
... delights of the system.
Helsinki itself seems pretty typical of European capitals. It is cosmopolitan, vibrant and full of things to do. It is staggeringly clean due to the Finnish obsession with recycling and the people are accommodating and friendly too.
The main reason for Helsinki's location was its strategic and trade value as a port throughout the Middle Ages and through into more modern times. It ...
... in Scandinavia should bare one important factor in mind - cost. Cheap it is not. My hostel, the cheapest in Helsinki, was £20 a night. My budget per day is £40 and to write half of it off before taking food and transport and activities and book purchases into account is a painful but unavoidable part of travelling in any of the Scandinavian countries. It doesn't leave a lot of wiggle room for other things. By comparison, the hostel in Warsaw was about £7 a night, while food was ...
... beautiful clean lines of a classically designed building in normal everyday use.
We headed towards the City’s main harbor by walking down the Esplanade, Helsinki’s prime shopping district filled with high-end shops, tourists and 'beautiful people’. We stopped at the national tourist office and asked for restaurant recommendations for lunch. The gentleman we talked to didn’t have a clue foodwise, he said to just try one of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services