Holiday Inn Helsinki West-Ruoholahti
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... great spending time with the staff at the Bible institute as well. On top of all of that, it was awesome in Helsinki today! The weather was sunny and it almost looked like spring! People were excited and trying to look and act as if they were warm even though it only reached 40 degrees with a stiff wind driving in from the sea. I even had way too much ...
... The express bus link to the central train station is well marked and cost 6.5 Euros. The ride took half an hour. It was a sunny day and although it was about 1:30 pm the sun was not high in the sky and had that pre-sunset look. Around the airport I saw granite rock outcrops similar to our Muskoka or Parry Sound area . The highway into the city was much like any developed country with lots of commercial buildings bordering the route. The presence of ...
... It appears to be a very tight monoculture.
We went out to tea and struggled to find something, but did so and on walking back to the hotel Jude decided to come back a different way (was only a 10 minute walk) and all of a sudden 90 minutes had passed trying to return to the hotel. Very sore hips and feet. In doing so we saw that the Finnish love to drink, smoke and walk their dogs late at night....lots of pent up dogs living in flats.
We arrived early the next morning at the port in Helsinki, Finland and were immediately greeted by some of the familiar Scandinavian sights that we saw in Copenhagen. Helsinki is jokingly referred to as the younger, hipster sibling to the other Scandinavian capital cities and we thought this was a pretty funny and appropriate way to describe it. Since we were a bit worn out on the official tours after two ...
... and out to the various islands.
The remainder of our time is described by Darlene. Here’s her view of Helsinki:
Fabulous Finnish Design
I found a fabulous flea market in town which I visited numerous times as well as the Flagship Marimekko store. Marimekko was big when I was in college and is ...