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... on the seabed for 333 years before it was raised,restored and refurbished to be the ONLY 17th century ship surviving. And what a beautiful ship she was / is. The work done to reclaim this ship and the efforts put into the magnificent museum is phenomenal and is rightly the most visited of all the tourist points in the whole of Scandinavia..it is a shame we could not take good photographs there due to the lack of suitable light but the depth of the history here is enough to make ...
... Germany. The two cities are similar in that they are both surrounded by fortified walls with ramparts on top. Ramparts are covered walkways on the walls. They also both have museums of medieval torture devices. Anyway, the town was so charming with all the typical things I love in an old European city—cobblestones, windy, narrow streets and fun shops and cafes and beautiful churches.
We visited what our tour guide said was the oldest pharmacy in the world, ...
... we were squashed in like sardines – fortunately it was only for 1 hour 40 minutes.
Arrived back in Helsinki to a lovely sunny, hot day! A bit different to the weather when we were here for that one night with Jus & Lyle a couple of weeks ago. Wandered around the market area for a while, keeping an eye out for a back pack to carry our food and snacks in, (mainly for the train trip), but didn't see any. Wandered up to the main ...
Today was our only full day in Helsinki, so we made the most of it. Up at 6am (jet lag helps) and got a full breakfast buffet at our hotel - which was quite good. Was a cross between what I imagine typical Finnish fare would be (mackerel and herring) and typical Russian fare (meats, cheeses, little sausages, hard-boiled eggs). We filled up to prepare ourselves for a long day.
Since we were planning on going on a walking tour at noon, that gave us over four hours to ...