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... way to commute along with walking. The days have been beautifully clear and warm, low 20s.
Got our bearings after the cruise back from Estonia with a hop on hop off bus trip. We like them because they quickly give you a sense of the city and what is important to explore further. This trip though was not without mishap when we collided with a tram and the windows back from where we were sitting exploded. No one was hurt but ...
... but they were ready to make a vegetarian meal for me. There was a veggie burger on the menu so I went with that. It was very tasty.
This was a bit of my day. The weather is supposed to improve on Thursday and my plan is to take a boat to the Sea Fortress Suomenlinna.
It's Hyvaa yota for me
We stopped at Sibelius Park to view a monument dedicated to Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. Apparently the monument created quite a ruckus when it was unveiled in 1967, sparking a public debate about the merits and flaws of abstract art. It consists of series of more than 600 hollow steel pipes welded together in a wave-like pattern. It reminded me of ...
... were only up there for an hour. I went back to the ship with the group on the bus and spent the rest of the day napping and getting ahead on homework, which I did while hanging out with Mikkie in a quiet room while she graded papers and with Jackson while he did summer reading and with a girl named Sydney, who is one of my ship sisters. She was working on a paper, too.
On my third day in the port of Helsinki, I went on a SAS field program to Tallinn, Estonia for the day. ...
Slight mix up with the time for bags to be outside the room by the hotel so they are knocking early for them. At breakfast we find it was the same for everyone - phew! At the station in plenty of time for 10.00 train. The journey is interesting so many checks for customs and passport, the final one with the Russian very thorough. In St Petersburg we are straight on the coach for photo opportunity at Church of the Spilled Blood. Magnificent from the outside ...