Hilton Helsinki Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Helsinki Airport Vantaa
This is the perfect waystop for a rest if you are transiting on to another destination in Finland. The room is comfortable and the staff very helpful.
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Well, the title says just about all there is to say!
View of Finland from the plane is attached.
... floor next to the escalator saved a baby by taking her from the parents before they hit the people pile. I was getting close and started freaking out. I turned around and yelled at people to turn around and run back up but it was too crowded. We were pretty packed on there and nobody would listen. I started pushing through people like a fish swimming upstream. Eventually, I had reached the bottom and thank goodness, the conveyor belt had finally stopped right before things got ...
... to see if she could catch up with the breeder of one of her dogs. This lady, Nina, was in the first class with her dog and he came second. But he was being a little naughty when going around the ring. Lovely dog, however. So to the trade stalls! There was a lot to see and a lot to covet. It is almost a good thing we have limited bag space, as there was a lot I could have bought! But common sense prevailed, although I have ...
... in Helsinki was spent with good friends eating good food with warm temperatures. Thankyou Merja for your good hospitality and lovely homemade burgers. Thankyou Johanna and Jari for taking us to the wonderful picnic spot and the delicous Bar B Q. I will be coming back just to eat more of Jari's chicken num num.
... the free wi-fi and electricity supplies, foraged for sandwiches, coffee, and chocolates, and captured faraway lands and selfies with our cameras. Once on firm ground, we rode into the center of town on a tram, only to be greeted with blistery cold wind and spitting rain. We scoped out the settlement on a hop on, hop off bus, encircling the waterfront, shipyards, markets, towering houses of worship, and shiny temples of ...