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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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Helsinki was established as a trading town by King Gustav I of Sweden in 1550 as the town of Helsingfors, which he intended to be a rival to the Hanseatic city of Reval (today known as Tallinn). Little came of the plans as Helsinki remained a tiny town plagued by poverty, wars, and diseases. The plague of 1710 killed the greater part of the inhabitants of Helsinki. The construction of the naval fortress Sveaborg (In Finnish Viapori, today also Suomenlinna) in ...
... tour of the city. Helena has certainly shown me some really cool places in Helsinki. By mid afternoon the sun is out and people are smiling again. Helena asks me back to her place for tea and to meet her son. We have lasagne and salad for tea. Would have to be one of the best lasagne i have eaten, especially when i got to watch how quickly and easy Helena made it. After tea we all sit around talking until i realise i need to get home to pack. So we say our ...
... is our most expensive per day location so it was kind of annoying. We also overheard some of the marketing strategies of people being reminded to act a certain way - after being charged $11 for two bottles of water the first night we were offered tap water the second night. Only to hear our 'friend' waiter from tell the other waiter that 'you are supposed to offer still or sparkling first'. He did make up for it with a free ...
... 3 months of good light and warmer weather per year it's understandable that no one has gardens, they just wouldn't survive.
Off to Santas house and we are on the Arctic Circles imaginary line. It's still snowing and we are visiting the real Santa! Bit of a let down...... We were able to sit and chat with Santa and we did get our photo taken as they engineer it so that no one else can take photos at the same time and then charge €40 for one photo ...
... a tourist map so got my bearings.
By the ferry was a collection of Russian traders ...