Hotel Rivoli Jardin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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Am Morgen doch ein Stündchen länger geschlafen als geplant und daher das Frühstück etwas abgekürzt. Bevor die Fähre um 11:30 Richtung Tallin abfährt noch die ein oder andere Dose besucht.
Das Döschen am Helsinki City Museum hat mich am meisten beeindruckt, es war so gross und offensichtlich, dass ich es nur mit Hilfe der netten Dame aus …
... so we went to the train station and paid 4 Euros for a big locker. That's the cheapest insurance you can get around here. You just can't trust anyone at a hostel with bags lying around. Take it from someone who knows.
After we dropped our bags, we walked around some more and found a part of the harbor we missed and saw a lot of working wooden sailboats and some interesting architecture. We ate a mixed plate of seafood at a different harbor ...
First full day in Helsinki today. Continues to be a surprising city with contrasting buildings from scandanavian, Eastern European and Russian influences. We went to the natural history museum this morning which a brilliant - lots of dinosaurs and stuffed animals..... Then we headed to Temppeliaukio Church which is built into a rock outcrop. It was quite amazing that they had fashioned a whole ...
... reading, used the WiFi and then left the hostel. I went looking for a place for dinner. I found a few places but went to a Tapas place. The food was good but expensive. I left full, i then walked to the stone brewery, had a drink here – also found they have fireballs here. I then left that bar and went to another bar where i meet some locals, talked with them over another
drink and then headed back to the hostel. I did some reading and went to bed.
Perfect baby of the journey changed to 'sleep, who needs sleep baby?' The Kinsella's finally surfaced and left the Moomin valley at midday. In our defence it was 10:00 Greenwich meantime. We ventured forth on our trusty steed (John Lewis travel pushchair). The aforementioned chair has developed a wobbly wheel and several other idiosyncrasies such as an intermittent wheel lock and squeak. Kate was a little perturbed but as ...