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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... of the festivities across the way. Walking to the end of the line we double back and make our way into the hubbub. The main street packed with everyone from town scoping out the stores or stopping to listen to one of the many musical acts. It doesn't take long to reach the end so we decide to head home. It's a great night for a sauna- the perfect ending to a good Finnish day. So after a little prepping and preheating it's into the box for a good sweat with a little nightcap.
Leaving the National Museum I was going to walk out to the Sibelius Park and Temple in the Rock Church. There was a central tree lined pedestrian boulevard heading to the Sibelius Park ...
... from Turku to inland Helsinki for fear of Swedish attack. Swedish is an official language and all signs are bilingual in Finnish and Swedish. The Swedish is easier to make out being closer to English but the Finnish I couldn't decipher as its a completely separate language family.
... early and just paced around. I started to get nervous bc there was no bus 10 minutes before we were supposed to leave. So I do what I always do. Find people with luggage and ask them "do you speak English?" When they say "no," like most times, I just show them my ticket and talk at them. They were nice people and said Lux Express, the name of the bus company, and pointed to where we were standing. Then I used 1 of the very few Russian words I ...
... again by about 3pm...it is truely a very unique experience..!
The train trip wa good...we had a ride in one of their Pendolino trains which are the fast trains in Finland...it travels at 220km/h but feels like it is only going 100km/h...all this on icy tracks!
we arrived in a 6 pm and we said our goodbyes to the other family from Perth on the train from the hotel (Josh and Jake have been inseparable for the last 5 ...