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... 8217;t get many locals initiating conversations but those that I did meet, were extremely friendly, knowledgeable and fun to hang out with. Stepping outside, you immediately sense the purity and crispness of Finnish air. It is such a remote country with miles of forest wilderness up north in the Lappland, but at the same time has cities like Helsinki which have buzzing nightlife and is a creative melting pot for art design. One of the hardest things to deal with in Finland, in ...
... The pension for Russians is around $250 per month so it's difficult for them to survive. Many sit on the road side selling fruit, mushrooms what ever they can to help support themselves. From the palace we head to Novorogod a very quick tour of the city centre and we visit their Kremlin or town centre as well as view the St Sofia church. The bus is pulled over by the police who are all corrupt, our bus driver has every document in order for our inspection the police ...
... where Marjorie had run and won the very special gold medal for Australia. Peter and I were happy to be part of Aunt Sal’s dream so to remember the occasion Peter and I had our photo taken in the stands of the stadium.
We returned to the hotel where Pop was waiting to join us for some more sightseeing before going out to a restaurant for dinner we then fell happily into bed after a very exciting day.
... bus ticket in a rush because the bus departing to the city was already there. What a shame, because later I learned that I could have saved quite a bit of money for the transport in the city.
As I wrote it down that day:
"Knowledge is budget saving.
I spent €4.50 for the regional bus from airport to Helsinki and another €5 for the Suomenlinna ferry ride (valid for 12 hours). I was also in the bit of a hurry when I saw the 615 ...
... since it's built on the coastline and there are many islands surrounding the city. There used to be lots of shipbuilding in Helsinki in days of old but this industry has either moved outside of the city or has been lost to competition. The Finns used to build some of the biggest cruise ships for Royal Caribbean but no more. Now they make more icebreakers than any other ship and are world famous for this industry.
University here is also free ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services