Holiday Inn Helsinki
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- 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 ...
... Cathedral overlooked the square and waterway, as did the Skywheel. As any city market stall holders with fresh produce, lovely fresh plump berries, where a stall holder explained to Kelly they are big and sweet at the end of summer because of the long warm days. Freshly cooked salmon, reindeer, sardines were available to eat along with paella type meals. A large array of knitted woollen clothing, fur caps scarfs coats, knitted mink scarfs, fox furs and bags, jewellery, ...
... that was built in 1300s which burnt down in 1697 ( 70 years before Cook found Australia) and three soldiers were tried and put to death by running the gauntlet in 1698...fascinating... The burning took all the early artefacts and archives of Sweden so accurate records of this period are not available...even on Google!! There was even an assassination there..The King, Gustav 3rd was shot during a masked ball in 1792. They got the fellow and quartered him..as they did in ...
... during the Crimean War. There are more than three miles of fortified walls surrounding buildings. It provided us with a great view as we entered and departed the Helsinki harbor.
The centerpiece of Helsinki is the majestic Senate Square (Senaatintori), with its magnificent cathedral and elegant neo-classical buildings. In 1809 Finland was annexed to Imperial Russia as an Autonomous Grand Duchy, and three years later Helsinki became its capital. Russia commissioned ...
... day but probably getting too late to head back for a swim so we had dinner in the city - ended up having tapas which was really good. All the usual chorizo, gambas, squid, patata bravas, omelette, olives and goats cheese with breads. But the crispy sweet churros with chocolate sauce to finish was the highlight for me and the boys - and Andy had a plate of cheeses with rosemary honey and peach chutney which kept him happy.
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