Finlandia Hotel Degerby
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have left the city behind. Surrounded by forests it has this quaint country town feel to it. I'm in for a treat, tonight is the one night of the year that the shops stay open late. Now I know most of you are thinking, oooooooohooooooooo, shops are open late at home all the time but here is a different pace of life. The focus is really on that work/life balance with the shift more to life. People here don't want to have to work to live. Come on, as the creators of the sauna these ...
... br> Beneath was the metro which you were free to enter without a ticket. It was interesting cave architecture and also had deep escalators which I thought I had escaped in St Petersburg.
The bus was a double decker one and I was hoping to get the top seat for the ...
Porvoo is the second oldest town in Finland. I have been waiting to go there since I arrived in Finland but was waiting for a spring day. It was such a lovely town, very small with mostly wood buildings. It was pretty quiet except a few people walking around and a couple talking to neighbours through kitchen windows facing the street. ...
After an extra hours sleep due to a time change we got up and sorted ourselves out for our shore excursion. Today is the start of the summer solstice celebrations in Finland which last 3 days so most of the businesses were closed. Went through to Porvoo and there were a few shops open. bought a few souviners there and back at the port before reboarding our ship. Now we have 2 days at sea before ...
... best recommendation so far is for Lungi, which we were told roughly means "relax." Dishes ordered by our table: salmon salad, braised pork sandwiches, French fries, gin and tonic, wine, beer. This place has a great comfortable, but fun vibe thanks to its layout reminiscent of the mainfloor of a house, eclectic music, art and furnishings. We've compared it to our favourite Edmonton spot, The Next Act.