Hotel Cumulus Kotka
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The last days of 'normal' life, went by as something of a blur of working too hard, leaving all the travel preps until the very last minute and trying to get a little taste of traditional Christmas before embarking on my 3rd Christmas on the road. The departure date crept up on my and bang there I was heading to work last Thursday morning, backpack in tow ready to head straight to the airport for my long haul of 25 hours to Panama city.
Lufthansa took good care , as ...
We have started our journey today at 12 from Tallinn port with Eckeroline ferry to Helsinki (FYI 17 € per person if you got Säästukaart, which was not even asked for at check-in). Now it is around 22:30 and we have arrived to Helsinki airport. It looks kind of deserted at this hour and most of the shops are closed. Still the major shops in the non-EU gate area are open :-)
We had to pass security check (no problems there) and then passport control which I ...
... and Helsinki is also known as the party boat and party people did. Matt could believe how excited people of all ages were for the karaoke session, it was quite an experience to sit in the bar and listen to Swedish and Finnish karaoke, thankfully most the singers seemed to be quite good. Drinks were also cheap compared to what we'd paid in the rest of Scandinavia, it was nice to buy a beer for under £5. Matt made friends with a big, bold Finnish man, who had a lot ...
... that would take us to Frankfurt
We finally arrived in Frankfurt around 10am and thank goodness, I was over all the mishaps that had occurred - ...
... also visiting the herring festival.
The other highlight of Helsinki was the Design Museum. Despite the fact that only half the exhibition was on display, the history of Finnish design is amazing.
We said goodbye to the herring festival and caught the plane for the three hour flight to Rome. More about our stay in the Trastevere in the next post. L.