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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... has run marathons in all 50 states and she planned on running with the stroller to catch up with the rest of the family. She jokingly asked if I would be able to keep up with her. I replied that I’m like a Cheetah—a fast runner but for a very short period of time. So, I joked that if I couldn’t keep up, she could just push me in the stroller. So, she said hop in and I said, “are you serious??” So, she ran while pushing me down the street in the ...
... had no trouble identifying who was meeting us. And she really is a little bear! It was lovely, as we had time to make friends and play with her, as well as time to discuss much of the mechanics of importing her with Taina. It is much easier doing it face to face. I do get the feeling, however, that Taina would be quite happy if we said that she wasn't what we ...
... there we took the ferry back to Helsinki and spent time in the Kauppatori Market Square. This area has people selling fruits and vegetables along with crafts and souvenirs. We spent time there shopping and had stuffed crepes for lunch.
After lunch we walked around to the Uspenski Cathedral. It was built in 1868 and is up on a hill with a great view. It is an Orthodox church and is apparently the largest one in ...
... and vegetables, and lots of Finnish cuisine. Market Square leads into the Finnish Esplanade (or Etelaesplanadi), which is just a few blocks of greenery with several sculptures. One was of a mermaid, commemorating the sea. One was of the Finnish national poet, whose name I do not recall, but was interesting for two reasons. First, while being the author of the Finnish national anthem, the man is actually Swedish. Second, the sculpture was covered in birdshit. I ...
... we noticed a grocery store next door which is the most helpful thing to be around a hostel. We bought some water and food there but we still decided to go to a pizza place that evening to celebrate a bit. We went to Marco Polo's down the street from the hostel and bought "normal" pizzas that were so big that none of us could manage to finish them. They were only seven euros, which is an ok price, especially considering that Helsinki is really expensive ...