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... or Helsingin päärautatieasema. Designed by Eliel Saarinen and considered his masterpiece of Jugendstil (or Art nouveau). Interestingly he was the father of the 'chair dude' Eero Saarinen! A lovely walk through the city in the evening and back to the supermarket where to our horror they serve beer but the entire wine section closes at 8. We arrived at about 10 past... We settled for beer, bathing Orla in the sink and an early ...
... us realise how blessed we are to have numerous empty golden beaches and clear sea along the East Coast bays in NZ.
Refreshed from our swim, we went to the Tintin Tango Cafe for dinner - a short walk away and a relaxed cafe which also has a laundry and a sauna! We were drawn by the Tintin theme which was basically posters on the walls, but it had a lovely bohemian feel and again very friendly service. I was brave and had reindeer quiche which was delicious.
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... colors they choose. Finnish people are also unique in their background – their ancestors migrated from Central Asia almost 2000 years ago and the Finnish language is unlike any of the other Scandinavian language. It is closest to Estonian and distantly related to Hungarian and Turkish.
Our tour featured some of the highlights of the city. We drove to the city center, making a photo stop at the Senate Square which ...
... really outstanding unfortunately. My opinion may have been slightly impacted by my mood, which wasn't entirely enthusiastic because of the weather, but it was an okay way of passing the time. I had lunch and then just wandered in the drizzle until it was time to head back to the hotel, collect my luggage and head to the airport. And that's where I'll leave it, as it's getting late and I've got a busy day tomorrow. I'll rite about my London exploits in a couple of days ...
... We had big plans for the following day, so we soon called it a night. 26 May 2014: You never get a chance to make a first impression. I suppose that's true, but sometimes second impressions are more significant and lasting. This definitely applies to the Helsinki I experienced today. By way of metro and tram, we made our way down to the harbor and the market square, called Kauppatori. The weather had dramatically improved from yesterday and it was now a perfectly clear ...