Holiday Inn Helsinki West-Ruoholahti
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... pick up some breakfast supplies. Don't have to eat out every meal, every day!
The temperatures remain above freezing in Helsinki which means the sidewalks are quite slippery and the puddles are everywhere. The snow piles which resemble dirty Toronto snow are slowly being loaded into trucks to be carted off somewhere. I'm sure they don't use salt or sand on there roads and sidewalks, just granite pebbles.(See picture) They may even be able to gather a ...
... a UNESCO World Heritage site which is only about 15 minutes from the Market Square. Helsinki is a city on the sea and today really made me realize how many islands and waterways are part of the city and its history.
We were hoping to see the Museum of Design today and set off this morning only to first find ourselves in The Art Gallery in error! Then we followed the directions from the lovely lady at the Art Gallery caught a ...
... of the 20th century, the bourgeoisie would take their Sunday strolls at the Esplanade.
I then continued until the Market where there were even more tents up than the day before, more people eating or waiting in line to go on a cruise but it didn't feel crowded. I ...
... off at an R-kioski, which is the ubiquitous dep/7-11 type shop in this part of the world, for some 24-hour transit passes, and then made our way up to the Esplanade and Market Square. The market is filled with all the usual sorts of stalls selling all the usual sorts of silly souvenirs. Oh yes, and a really odd statue of what I can only describe as a misshapen adult peeing fetus. We learned later that the statue isn't permanently on display; ...
... we were in the city.
Our hotel was located on the main shopping and commercial street; a short walk to the water and near the fabulous city market.
Each day we would walk to the market and have our “linner”, mid-day between lunch and dinner. Grilled fresh salmon, potatoes and fresh vegies were enjoyed under a tent beside the water. We could watch the boats ...