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... the cobblestone footpaths was not thrilling anyone! The apartment is in a old building which is kind of cool....it has a old lift with the 2 metal doors that you have to shut when you get in which the kids thought was a bit odd you had to do it yourself....it didn't shut automatically! We headed out to the local shopping centre and found an Italian place to have pizza and salad....everyone was a bit tired and Elissa fell asleep on the ...
... Firstly, the toilets are a bit different. Instead of pushing a button to flush, you lift it. If you need groceries, it's pointless going to a supermarket. There you will only find homewares, such as clocks, frying pans and vases. And Mum, if you ever visit Finland, the one word you need to know is kahvi. Helsinki is a bit bland. There's not an awful lot to do or see, which is pretty much what the reviews about it said. Despite the friendly taxi driver, I can only give it 6/10 at ...
... Central Railway StationDeparture pointYour route starts at Senate Square, however you may board the bus and exchange your voucher at any of the stopsDeparture time10am - 4pm, every 30 minutesDurationVariesAdditional InfoInclusions
- Hop-on hop-off tour ticket (valid for 24 hours)
- Audio commentary
- Entrance fees
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Gratuities ...
... museum and it didn't stop for a couple of hours so I went in/out of shopping malls.
I needed to eat something but there wasn't much that was suitable for me. I wanted to go to ...
... in Russia we decided to just strike out on our own and see what we could find in the city. After quite a bit more walking than we had initially planned on we happened upon a little café and decided to stop for coffee, catch up on some wifi quickly and get our bearings. Once we knew roughly where we were (and we were pleased to learn that we had been accidentally heading in the right direction) we set ...