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This morning we decided to walk down to the Viking line terminal so we knew exactly where we had to go tomorrow morning and how long it would take us to walk it.
Then we went to church.
First we went to see the Orthodox Church, Uspenskin cathedral. It was quite spectacular from the outside and is the largest Orthodox church in Western Europe. Very ornate inside.
Then we went ...
... from St Petersburg with a very thick coat, very pretty cat. A long haired Siberian cat with a tabby face (the mask). They also have two rabbits, Bacon and Cookie who are really cute and live in nice cages on the kitchen floor, they are allowed out when under supervision.
For those of you who don't know, I have a dear friend from France, Catherine. Jean is her son and he is living in Finland doing his PhD. He is a paper pulp engineer. He ...
... as standard deli foods. It was delicious.
With no more appetite for museums or shops, I made my way back to the hotel and booked my last Finnish sauna for late afternoon, before heading out for my last dinner in Helsinki.
The Uspenski Cathedral was once the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedral in Europe. It was built in the middle of the 19th century. At that time Finland was a Grand Duchy of Russia which means it was largely autonomous but ...
... see the city before our return to Tallinn. As our levels of exhaustion were getting higher and higher, we decided to try and make it as stress free as possible - and with the weather also pretty gloomy, we decided to cut out our visit to the fortress island, and just walk around the centre of Helsinki itself.
Starting at the port we walked towards the Temppeliaukio Church, ...
... time too, is very hard to get used to in a Finnish Summer. There is no actual night at this time of year. Our bodies are not used to this and even if the curtains are pulled, we go to sleep when it is still light and wake up at 2.00 or 3.00 in the morning to full daylight and have difficulty going back to sleep. In summer the Finns take holidays from work, stay in lakeside cabins that, no matter how basic and rustic, all have saunas. They hike, ...