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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... by the Tsar. Much of the funding for the cathedral, not to mention Helsinki itself, came from the ascendant Russian Empire of that time.
I mention all this because my choice of restaurants on my final evening in Finland offered the most amazing view of the illuminated cathedral. The iconic building sits atop a granite outcrop next to Helsinki's harbour . At the base of the outcrop are a string of warehouses that originally served the harbour but have ...
... this beautiful city. Prior to arriving this morning, all we knew about Finland was what our Danish friends told us - they love to drink vodka and they all carry a knife (so be careful!) Our new friends assured us that this was a stereotype from the old days (bugger - I was hoping to see someone pull a knife - from the distance of course). Since we knew so little about Finland, we quizzed our new friends as we sailed around ...
... collections base on his photos. The ring I bought was inspired by the cobblestone roads leading to the Senate Square. Went in a 1.5 hour cruise of the harbour and around the many islands of Helsinki. If someone kidnapped you and dropped you there you would think you were in Perry Sound. The only difference is that they have small saunas at the end of their property by the water to ...
... the torpedoes and engine rooms - as well as the cramped bunks - not for the faint-hearted! We wandered round the gun emplacements and tunnels (reminiscent of Devonport's North head) and had a cooling drink and ice cream on a terrace overlooking the sea - watching a huge liner setting off for it's next port of call. As well as crammed onto a tiny beach, people were lying on the smooth rocks all along the coastline, like ...