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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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I took the metro for the first time ever, just two stops up to near our hotel. I got a little lost and really Helsinki, where are all the bloody street signs! The hotel is very nice, and it was so great that I could check in early! I even made breakfast! Although I am not 100 percent sure if I was allowed to be there, seeing as we only have one night, which I think means one breakfast, tomorrows breakfast. But I don't really care, the karjalanpiirakka ...
... out! I did a little browsing for a jacket ( I will definitely be needing one! I went into the Stockmann building. It looks like Finland's version of Myer or David Jones. Then I sat in a bar restaurant next to the bus and train station and had a cider while waiting for John to arrive from the airport. We then headed back to the apartment and had a quiet but not so early night. As it's so light outside all night you don't realise the ...
... our flight to Helsinki. That timing was just about perfect. We grabbed a cup of coffee and something light to eat and headed for the gate. Though the airport was somewhat socked-in with fog, we took off pretty close to on-time. Love our Lufthansa pilot who’s flying this baby like he’s in the Lufttwaffe: steep climb, sharp turns, zipping through the low-lying clouds—FUN. Guess my stomach is ...
... done and would do it again if I could. The languages were interesting to learn although I didn't try speaking it too much. Didn't want it to ever end. ~Emily Dear Europe, Just because I'm not exactly vegetarian, does not mean I don't eat vegetables... Yours Sincerely, -Emma Feagan and probably every other non vegetarian on this trip... So I ended up with an awesome roommate and thought everything would be great...until I discovered they snored...-_- After the second sleepless night, ...
We had a late start as we had time up our sleeves. Our bags were packed, breakfast eaten, apartment tidied and we set off for the airport. When we got to the Radisson just up the street, there were two taxis waiting. We decided to take the easy option of a taxi to the airport rather than taking the underground and the bus. It was a straightforward taxi journey along nearly empty roads – it was the midsummer's day holiday ...