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... on a great pub-type beer garden Bryggeri, which did excellent food - Andy had his bratwurst and sauerkraut he'd been wanting and Matt tried to the traditional Finnish salmon soup which he loved - chunks of salmon with potatoes and pickled cucumber and other veges with sour cream on top. Home on the tram (making a last minute hop across the lines realising we would be going in the wrong direction otherwise!) and straight to bed.
... really outstanding unfortunately. My opinion may have been slightly impacted by my mood, which wasn't entirely enthusiastic because of the weather, but it was an okay way of passing the time. I had lunch and then just wandered in the drizzle until it was time to head back to the hotel, collect my luggage and head to the airport. And that's where I'll leave it, as it's getting late and I've got a busy day tomorrow. I'll rite about my London exploits in a couple of days ...
... and part archeological excavation below ground, pretty cool place. Afterward we found a buffet lunch for around $12USD and it was amazing, Finland food is pretty good so far. Afterward we picked up our sim cards (10Euros 3 days data including Nano SIM). Activation was not required put the SIM in and go, amazingly simple. I broke with Jamie around 4 and headed to the cathedral to meet my tinder date for the afternoon. Met Anna Marie for some local tour guiding. We walked the ...
... tell you where the hell we were flying.
Once in Helsinki, I even managed to read a map and make my way to the hotel. Not bad as I don't know an ounce of Finnish. I'm hoping I get to use my international sign language and sounds on this adventure.
First impressions are:
- Friendly people
- Not many people
- Infact, not many people at all (Easter? Maybe they've headed for their hols)
- They like motorbikes/American ...