Holiday Inn Helsinki West-Ruoholahti
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... broke, the new pants had holes in them, my wallet broke in Singapore, I destroyed my nail with a razor, I broke my new bag, I had the worst sleep in history and my camera was beginning to break and my luggage was damaged but besides all of that we had finally made it 17,000 kms away from home and I was missing Jay more then ever. ...
... products were all there for those in need of such - nothing really for us. We continued along the coastline seeing many small islands and many sailing boats. They will all be taken out of the water and stored soon before the area ices over, where you can drive to the small islands over the ice. It is a city proud of its art, culture and architecture, was originally under Swedish rule then in 1809 passed to Russia who was delighted to have such a big seaport. It became ...
... We also entered the Nobel Museum so named as the official place for history of the Nobel Prizes..Peace, physics, literature, chemistry, economics and medicine . Now this was very interesting and a good deal of time was spent here with interactive objects and actual material used by the prize winners exhibited. We learnt a whole new story about many of the recipients. All the streets and alleys here are cobble stones and this takes its toll on already tired feet so we retired ...
... located East of the center, in Töölö, is Helsinki's most unusual church and one of the city’s most famous tourist attractions. The Temppeliaukio Church was built in 1968–69 by the architect brothers Timo and Tuomo Suomalainen. The walls have been quarried out of natural bedrock and it is topped by a massive copper dome with a diameter of 24m (79ft). It is lined with 22km (13 miles) of copper stripping, supported by reinforced concrete beams, and light ...
Andy headed off early for his first day of meetings at Helsinki Uni which apparently went well and the boys got some homework done. After lunch together at the flat we set off to go to Suomenlinna island, just 20 mins away by ferry from the city. Unfortunately we missed the ferry so walked through the food market to kill time - hot food for sale of all types inc fish and seafood as well as bratwurst and heaps of fresh berries. We ...