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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free parking
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I woke from a pretty deep sleep and discovered that it was 12:15 p.m. Considering it was only 5:00 a.m. in Toronto it wasn't really sleeping in. I can only use that excuse for so long.
I did the shower and shave thing and headed across the street from the hotel to a bistro that was recommended to me for breakfast. It was too late for breakfast so I settled for soup and black bread before heading to the local grocery store. My apartment has a fridge so I ...
... back through the streets, past the Helsinki Cathedral again, and back to the train station and up to our apartment. The train station looks amazing - Art Deco design but, like most everything in Helsinki at the moment, is covered in scaffolding. We bought some postcards today just so we could see what the city is supposed to look like under all the plastic sheets. Helsinki is a very compact city to get around and ...
... boar - perfect for a quick photo shoot! Guy was stoked and none of us could quite believe it, but it made the day complete.
After bussing back home, the boys chilled whilst Andy and I decided to leave them alone (the first time on the trip) and walk down the road to the beach for a cooling dip. An Aussie reviewer on trip Advisor had been quite sniffy about it being a 'beach' but it hadn't stopped the masses from crowding down there to swim and sunbathe - and it ...
... the international arena.
It is noted for its poppy designs, vivid colors and graphic fabric patterns in clothing, housewares, accessories and fabrics. It was like going to the “source” for wonderful, quintessential Finnish design.
... The buildings are very functional, but they have colour and there are lots of trees. We started off visiting an interesting monument made of pipes, sort of, and then went to the Olympic Stadium where the 1952 Summer Olympics were held. An amazing Lutheran church built into the rock followed. It was entirely lit by natural light coming in from a ring of windows forming part of ...