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... country has gone its own eclectic way ever since. This northerly capital is a vibrant, modern city, with many open parks and gardens, and some fine neo-classical buildings in the Senate Square.
Today, Helsinki is a remarkably cutting-edge city in art, technology and social consciousness. Museum exhibits, theaters and concerts abound, the sidewalks are heated in winter so they don't have to be shoveled, and everyone seems to be connected to everyone else by a ...
... the hope post board and travellers can carry the postcard with them to a closer destination until it (hopefully, hence the name) arrives at its destination. It's a fun idea, and I now have a postcode to deliver to Britain. We walked around Helsinki for a while, then Jenny had to go off and have dinner so I decided to do the same. WikiTravel recommends budget eaters try the UniCafe's, so I walked to one but it was closed - they close early during ...
... game after having heard the results! I wanted to see for myself how we managed to beat the Pies! I went on the tour instead. Thankfully it was free because although it occupied a few hours it was mostly going through Immigration. I took a few photos of the Singapore sights and we headed back to the airport. I made a friend, Paul, who is from London but is currently living on the Gold Coast. So we chatted for a bit taking me up ...
... Icepark which is an ice skating rink and we went ice skating there. We had a lot of fun ice skating and we really enjoyed ourselves. We had a great day in Helsinki today and we really enjoyed ourselves but we had to go and catch an overnight ferry again back to Sweden and we are really excited for ...
... some more and threw her hand up in the air in frustration, as if me leaving a book on the doorstep of a bookshop was somehow her business and something worthy of getting ***** about. I mean, it's a bookshop - and I'm placing a book by the door outside of business hours. There is no rocket science or mystery involved here.
"Whatever," I said, rapidly tiring of the exchange and wondering why even simple innocent tasks are too much for some people. More mumbled abuse, ...