Holiday Inn Helsinki West-Ruoholahti
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... and the city is clean and serene. Also there are plenty of statues on the streets commemorating people and I do not know what.
We went by some streets that were typical city businesses. And, saw some street posers as well. Just like in LA!
Then we drove to the Market Square, a major area within the city ...
... site where a ship carrying the fortress's founder, King Adolf Frederick of Sweden, was anchored while he inspected the construction of the fortress in 1752. There was a douchebag here who wouldn't move out of the way so we could take a photo, not sure if intentional or not! We walked back a different way through the buildings and went inside some of the walls. Made our way back to the public ferry and it was there when we arrived so got on board and returned ...
... was the David Hasselhoff show, which appears to be very popular here.
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What a big day it's been. The first half of the day was spent trying to draw out our time in Helsinki by once again doing a little shopping and eating a lot of food. Probably the highlight of this morning was a trendy place called the Karl Faser cafe. Rippa coffee, cake and a selection of chocolates that would have make you weak at the knees. I wish you has of been there to enjoy it with me :) Later in the day we departed Helsinki to the camp in errikelea? Close enough. ...
... An interesting museum, small, but still good. I then walked over to the Library but as they were doing renovations, there was not much to see, so i did not go in. I then went back to the tram and caught it to the other side of the city. I got off the tram and went looking for the next museum, i got lost and found that i was in the wrong part, so i walked around to where i should have been – i had caught the wrong tram. I found the right area, but ...