BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Haaga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Maybe perch or pike?
Jarkko gave us a tour of downtown Helsinki that evening but unfortunately it was raining so we didn't see much. He took us to a lovely cafe restaurant near the waterfront for dinner. Eric tried reindeer pie for dinner in spite of my objections (I reminded him that his daughters' favourite movie is 'Frozen' which stars an adorable reindeer) which is popular source of protein here.
... with fresh caught fish and plenty of dill, it was delicious. Once we finished we headed next door to the indoor part of the market, known as Kauppahalli which was also very pretty and had lots of additional little restaurants and stands as well.
Helsinki was a quick stop compared to our time in Russia but we really enjoyed it, especially the island fortress. Next stop…Stockholm! David & ...
... of islands, islets and skerries all the way to the open ocean, most with some form of habitation. Sunday 10th August We woke up in another country..this time Finland. The Viking Line..Gabriella berthed ontime at 9.50 and we're off..no passport check and into a taxi for the 30 euro (yes this is EU country) ride to our hotel. Cannot check in until 3 so cloaked our bags and caught the hop on hop off bus to orientate ourselves around this beautiful city. Did a lap in an hour ...
Yesterday we made the train trip from St Petersburg to Helsinki, so it was relatively boring - until I discovered that I couldn't find the address for the apartment we were supposed to be staying in! I did have an email address, so I sent a message off, but the wifi on the train was very intermittent. So I finally received a response 15 minutes before the train arrived ...
Throughout our visit to the many countries we visited we were greeted by friendly helpful people. This was one. If you needed directions just ask anyone on the streets. Most likely they spoke English and were helpful. That is unless they sat behind a desk that said "Information" then they were border line rude. It was the ...