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Lovely slow gossipy start to the day, and beautiful sunshine again. So nice to have space to spread out in. Took train into town, then coffee and pulla, (typical cardamom flavoured pastry, and went shopping but also churches again. The Rock Church (Temppeliauko) is incredible, built in 1965, hewn out of sold rock, almost unnoticeable from outside, with huge copper ...
... War II, Finland did not host in 1940, but the stadium was finally used when they did host in 1952. As always, I am the photographer on this trip and after I took a photo of Karl at the stadium, he offered to take one of me. In the process of handing him the camera, it ended up bouncing on the pavement. Apparently he didn’t have a good hold of it when I let go. While the camera still would turn on, there was nothing on the screen. ...
... on the nearest tram and took the route Anniina had mapped out to get back to the center of town.
We met up with Anniina again at Kaisla, a pub with an extensive variety of beers from all over Europe and the US. We had initially bonded with Anniina over our mutual love of beer, and her recommendation did not disappoint. We talked beer with Anniina and her boyfriend as long as we could before taking a brisk walk back along the waterfront to the cruise ship.
... and current UNESCO World Heritage Site. Suomenlinna is actually four islands connected by bridges.The massive stone fortress is situated amongst beautiful green grassy areas and a rugged rocky shoreline. However, before exploring it, we had to get to Vesikko, the only WWII submarine remaining in Finland. After paying a nominal entrance fee, we boarded the dry-docked submarine for a first-hand account of how tightly packed it must have been while living and ...
... Stockholm all went according to plan, the same can't be said, however, of our arrival in Helsinki! Rather than bore you with the details, I will let you put together your own version of events from the following key works.
Two tired travellers - freezing wind - the wrong address for the apartment - an incorrect phone number on the 'help' sheet - a key stuck in a door (the wrong door) - trying to locate ...