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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... also visiting the herring festival.
The other highlight of Helsinki was the Design Museum. Despite the fact that only half the exhibition was on display, the history of Finnish design is amazing.
We said goodbye to the herring festival and caught the plane for the three hour flight to Rome. More about our stay in the Trastevere in the next post. L.
A very busy and long day in Stockholm. We went on an excursion called The Best Of Stockholm. Well we saw lots. We went to the main City Hall where the Nobel Prizes are awarded. It is a stunning building with a whole room done in gold mosaic. Next we went to the Old Town where we saw the changing of the horse guard. It was quite spectacular. Next ...
... saw the strangest thing called Hotel Manta of Helsinki. Take a look. I couldn't imagine what stairs leading up to a windowed, big, black square could be.
Well, curiosity got the better of me when I saw a security guard by the entrance and a ticket booth, so I asked. It's actually a hotel room by night and an art exhibit by ...
... the huge room, as well as a 8m model of a great white shark hanging above us. There was a floor of large displays of each region of animals which were very impressively set out - the stuffed animals placed so as to tell a 'story': tigers in mid-attack, brown bears diving for salmon, a polar bear striking our for a ring seal for example - with beautifully painted backdrops and lots of little creatures to spot hiding in bushes and trees. The night time African ...
Europe feels like home to me. Despite the diversity of culture, language, weather, etc within Europe, there are a few qualities that unify it, just like the US. For one, knowing my roots, my ancestors came from here--Eastern Europe and Italy, and a little bit of spain-- inherently lends itself to feelings of deeper connection. When I visit italy, especially the south, I see grandpa Phil sitting in the plaza with his friends, smoking cigarettes and playing cards. ...