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... in the middle of a busy square.
Last but best of all we went to see the most beautiful church either of us have ever seen called Temppeliaukion Kirkko. It is hewn into solid rock and has the most beautiful roof lined in copper.
After all those churches we were quite exhausted so went back to our hotel for a short rest before setting off again to meet Jean and Alina at the station to go ...
... full of ice and it was only after a distance that we got out into open water.
After our island trip are took a walk around some of the streets in the center of Helsinki and went into a Stockmann department store where we had lunch. We took a trip on the number 3 and number 2 trams which makes a circuit around the central area and then went back to our room.
Jean and his lovely girlfriend Alina arrived at the hotel at 6pm and we ...
... 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 ...
... of it up in the spring for use again next year.
Now stocked with essentials, including some beer for morale purposes, I hiked to the central train station and kept going to see more of Helsinki's core. Many international chains are here - McDonald's, H+M, Starbucks- but most shops I am unfamiliar with. On the other side of the railway station is a skating rink that had a few skaters testing their balance on what must have been soft ice.
... of darkness and lacey illumination of streets and buildings as we descended into the pre-sunrise Frankfurt airport. It was 6 a.m. for the locals but the car headlights, like columns of ants, showed that the roads were alive with commuter traffic. Once on the ground I could see that there was no snow around and we were informed that the temperature at the time was 5 degrees.
As I had heard, Frankfurt is a massive airport and the people gathered in front of ...