- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We have started our journey today at 12 from Tallinn port with Eckeroline ferry to Helsinki (FYI 17 € per person if you got Säästukaart, which was not even asked for at check-in). Now it is around 22:30 and we have arrived to Helsinki airport. It looks kind of deserted at this hour and most of the shops are closed. Still the major shops in the non-EU gate area are open :-)
We had to pass security check (no problems there) and then passport control which I ...
Helsinki favourites: Brunch at Cafe Engel opposite Helsinki Cathedral Temppeliaukio church - a church built inside a large granite rock The Sibelius monument, a piece of art made of 600 steel pipes Hot drinks and cinnamon roll in the tiny wood cabin cafe by the sea The numerous shopping centres that all seemed to have the same shops even though they were beside each other. Reindeer sushi But the best thing about Helsinki was probably getting to Helsinki. The ferry ...
- After an extremely long night (12 hour flight) and the most uncomfortable sleep I have ever had we arrived into Helsinki and the local weather was -2 degrees
- We went through security and I had to dispose of my 7th toiletry item since leaving Brisbane and we then made our way through passport control and waited for our ...
Or better said, how was I freezing my a.. off... After a very turbulent but good flight to Helsinki, I took the Finnair bus to the city center, which costs only 6,30 Eur and takes approx. 30 minutes. Unfortunately I didn't meet anybody interesting during the flight, but this is not holding me back, interesting people will come! ;) As I couldn't find the hotel immediately I asked some guys that very politely helped me find it, in fact it was just ...
We were fortunate enough on our last day in Helsinki to stumble upon the Herring Festival. A once a year event, the festival is primarily, as the name would suggest a celebration of all things herrings. The local fishermen back their trawlers up to the Helsinki dock and serve all sorts of tasty "fishy" treats. I am not sure why but the whole experience reminded me of the Monty Python Fish ...