Holiday Inn Helsinki West-Ruoholahti
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First full day in Helsinki today. Continues to be a surprising city with contrasting buildings from scandanavian, Eastern European and Russian influences. We went to the natural history museum this morning which a brilliant - lots of dinosaurs and stuffed animals..... Then we headed to Temppeliaukio Church which is built into a rock outcrop. It was quite amazing that they had fashioned a whole ...
Andy had another full day in at the Uni and has found everyone "incredibly welcoming, thoughtful, well-read and open to discussion", so it seems to have been a very worthwhile visit. After a morning at the flat, the boys and I went a few stops on the tram to the Natural History Museum - and finally found the entrance after walking round the back by mistake. Not exactly a rival to the London NHM but it was still enjoyable, altho all the descriptions and ...
... the way to the gate and arrived at the time the plane should have taken off and they were only just starting to board! Phew, I don't think we have ever cut it this fine before, but I think if Finnair had closed check-in and not allowed everyone on there would have been a riot! We were almost elated to actually be on the plane and it was nice to relax for the 3 hour flight and enjoy our reindeer or turkey sandwich! Arriving in Helsinki was ...
... to go to. There is something particularly spiritual about the connection between the rock and its creator.
We then set off to the other side of town to visit the market, a series of stalls selling all manner of goods, fruits, vegetables, and fish – both cooked and fresh. On the way we walked through the central park which was filled with people, both tourists and locals, enjoying the beautiful day…sitting on benches, chairs, the grass and just ...
We love Helsinki! It is beautiful and clean and relatively uncrowded. The people are tall and beautiful. And Helsinki, like the other Scandinavian capitals is a city of water. We have had a wonderful time - wandering and eating, biking and looking at the old district and the embassies, and, not surprisingly, finding another amusement park. As of today, we still have left to do - a boat tour and design district shopping. Let's see if we manage it ...