Econo Lodge Aeroport
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... a huge Nutella crêpe and a sickeningly indulgent second breakfast. In the interests of my waistline, it might be time for the heavy duty winter gloves to come out of the corner of the suitcase, perhaps. Spent the day walking around the beautiful old town, which was full of interesting features and lined with severe facades. It was cold, cold, cold, though, and I kept trying to remember if it had been so cold the ...
The early AM wakeup in Vantaa was pretty brutal. All three of us were flying out at approximately the same time, so we stumbled to HEL on the shuttle and hastily said our goodbyes. I spent the last of my euros on a breakfast of Finnish black bread and smoked salmon, browsed the Moomin books at the little bookshop, and my flight departed on schedule.
Sitting behind a screaming toddler for two hours on the first ...
... to be the second largest Catholic Church in the world! It is called St James. Our hotel looks out on another cathedral known as Marie Rein and the twelve apostles adorn the roof right outside our room! No doubt keeping an eye on us. This hotel was where John Lennon and Yoko Ono had there peace protest in 1969. You may recall they conducted interviews in bed dressed in white and where the song, "Give peace a chance", was written ...
... and step on my foot simultaneously. It isn't an easy city to enter, by bike at least. I faced the backest of back alleys, the worst of roads, freeways, an airport, seedy neighborhoods, and one way traffic that tried its best to turn me right back around to Ottawa. But I persevered, and found myself at the center of town right on schedule. I left my phone charger in Ottawa two days ago, and thus my first stop, the Apple store. Not to buy a new charger, but to use theirs. ...
... for a meal under ten bucks.
I placed my order and was not disappointed. Just check out the picture. Words fail to describe the luscious taste of fresh tangy strawberries, semi-sweet chocolate, and perfectly tender bananas all rolled up into a freshly made crepe. My meal was enormous, much larger than anticipated, but I was so hungry, I ate every bite without apology. In a word, it was divine. And for only $7, a real bargain in this city!