Holiday Inn Helsinki
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... are used to fund education, child care, etc., yes I’m sure they don’t pay much more than us, 30% plus gst on goods. After the bus trip the sun had come out, John ducked back into the knife shop, and then we had lunch in a café near by. We walked down to the harbour to sort out our boat ride, no fee (Helsinki Card) AS we hadn’t paid for the bus tour we think we actually should have paid at least half price but who knows? we didn't complain and it paid for ...
It would be a nice place to raise kids in a car free zone. The island is best appreciated by air or from the sea to see all the ...
... Neither of them had been to the hockey before so it was a new experience for them and they did seem to enjoy it. Finland's team, Jokerit was playing a Croatian side. It was a good game, fast and exciting but unfortunately Jokerit lost 4-1. They played well for the first period but then just switched off and let the opposition back into the game. Oh well, it was good fun. ...
... waiting for us at home. No sooner had we put our bags, the hospitality began in earnest. Drinks were poured while the final touches were made for dinner. Ömer is Turkish and prepared an excellent array of traditional Turkish dishes, made with vegetables imported from Turkey for true authenticity. Delicious doesn't even start to describe it.
After dinner drinks continued to be poured - wine, glögi (a warm Christmas drink in Scandinavia similar to mulled wine) and ...
Nearly 48 hours after I left home on Sunday afternoon, we have finally arrived in Helsinki. The second flight had the potential to be very arduous - 12 1/2 hours stuck in the middle seat of the middle aisle and not being able to move one iota - but I did get to have a half decent sleep for a few hours so not feeling too bad at this ...