BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Haaga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Scandinavians are able to be so cold and emotionless is that they are just cold-hearted people because they live in this ridiculously cold environment. With the cold, dark and dreary weather for so long their heart is just pure ice. It all makes sense to me now. He can't help it if he was just born that way!
I'm trying to learn to laugh at my situation. This is a hard thing to do, but I figure laughing about it is better than crying about it. I need to find ...
Up at 8 Helsinki time this morning, we lost 1 hour overnight so 7 Stockholm time. Got dressed and packed up a bit before heading down for the included breakfast at about 9. It was in a different restaurant called Tavolata?. I had a couple of soft boiled eggs, bacon, croissant with ham and cheese and some yoghurt and fruit. Back upstairs and the boat arrived into Helsinki at about 9:45. We finished packing up and waited a little bit to try and miss the rush (until I ...
... the check in process yesterday morning. We had our boarding cards and three of the four bags were already checked in and we had the luggage tag for the final bag in hand, it just needed to go to the fast bag drop. So we sat back and enjoyed some more wine and beer.
A couple of hours before our flight was due to depart, Sari drove us to the airport. She came in with us to make sure that David’s snowboard bag had been taken out of ...
... in 1913. They apparently don't like the Russians very much up here and during the Second World War they used the fort as a costal defence and u-boat base along with the Germans....hence after the war is it was decommissioned...but there are still lots of building and barracks which we could explore. We arrived as the sun was rising (11am) and it was a beautiful day so we headed out to explore the island....we were out at the end of the island when we had our ...
... steel pipes, individually designed and arranged like trees in a forest.
There was intense criticism of the monument because none of it specifically referenced Sibelius. So the artist added a bust of the composer on a little rock outcropping next to the pipes.
Our final stop was Senate Square, with a gleaming white Lutheran Cathedral overlooking the square from above.
We decided to ...