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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Friday saw us catching up on a few things. I worked on Travelpod and Neville flushed out the waste water tanks and gave Tilly a clean as there was plenty of water at the hotel.
On Saturday I had to have a urine test done to make sure there was no infection. Everything was fine. The St Isaac's Cathedral was nearby so we had a look inside and climbed up to the Colonnade for some wonderful views over the city. Then we took a bus ...
Left BKK early this morning, and YAY, I was given a free upgrade to business class. Seats are so much more comfy, and the leg room..... Made the 10 hour trip so much more bearable. We had an easy transfer via bus & taxi to our hotel, and settled in. On Saturday we walked to Kauppatori market square, via a flea market just around the corner. This is the main quay area. We caught the hop-on hop-off bus which took us first of ...
A very very very good friend of mine taught me to do "Two best things" every day. This is where at the end of the day, before we go to bed, we have to think of the two best things we experienced that day. Some days are easier than others to actually come up with two things, but we have to think of two, no matter how little.
Today, in Helsinki, I had my two best conversations:
Best conversation number 1:
I'm staying with a family with a 3 year old little ...
Docked about 8am. Did wash and ironing after breakfast. forecast is overcast 14c. Called Warwick and Pam who will leave on Saturday, all good and they have had a nice vacation. Jopo Bikes tour at 9.45am was excellent. We covered 18km and effectively circumnavigated the city. Linnie rode brilliantly and will walk ok again tomorrow probably. Learned a lot about Finnish History, especially the relationship with Russia and how Finland swapped sides twice in Ww2 and lost some ground ...
Arrived in Helsinki Finland at 8am 25/6 right in centre of town much newer city as old city built from timber and was burnt down. Most buildings start around 1920 -30s Art Nova and Art Deco influence there are a few earlier from round 18-19th century mainly church's Lutheran and museums. We just did a walking tour around the town walked past a church called Rock Church modern day structure blasted into solid rock 13 meters deep roof made of copper then on through a park where we stopped ...