Holiday Inn Helsinki
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... into casual mode and some of them were playing the card game "*******" next to me. I didn't take it personally.
The flight to Helsinki took two hours. The last portion of it was over the Baltic Sea and I could see the water and islands through the scattered clouds below. As we got close to Helsinki I could see that the ground was snow covered and that the water between the many islands was frozen.
The Helsinki airport has two terminals but is ...
... Jude though has become a witness and will be asked to provide evidence. She thought that it would be worth a paid trip back......mmmmm, would have to be a family trip we thought.
The city is made up of a seies of islands so you are never far from water, or yachts and boats.......and these people that are all blonde, 6 foot plus, well dressed (no polar fleece or puffers), stopped aging at around 35 and seem perennially cheery ...
... transport system is very user friendly. Our 2 day Helsinki card has come in very handy. We have seen an enormous amount in a little over 48 hrs. Heading to St Petersburg tomorrow (all being well) and then return here later next week for another day before flying out to Iceland. Will be nice to return and know our way around as we are staying in a hotel which is a little more than 2 blocks from our current ...
... Do you think there might be a connection between 1 and 2? 3. Sibelius is Finnish and wrote sublime music. Would love to have gone to a concert while here but sadly none on. 4. I used to love the shop Finlandia and had my first grown up curtains and bedspread made there. 5. Nokia What I know after a couple of days in Helsinki, in no particular order. Finnish is an incomprehensible ...
... 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 ...