Kartanokylpyla Kaisankoti

Bodomintie 37, Espoo, Southern Finland, 02740, Finland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Bodomintie 37, Espoo, is near Sinebrychoff Museum, Kaitalampi Lake, Glimsin Talomuseo, and Tvijalp & Korkeasaari Islands.
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Travel Blogs from Espoo

Helsinki - Day 3

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Aug 21, 2014

... to that building) and the fortress was annexed by Finland and that is when it was named Suomenlinna, During the Second World Ward, the fortress served as a coastal artillery, anti-aircraft artillery and submarine base. Only one submarine is on the island now.
During the fortress' construction, the aristocracy of ...

Aftermath...

A travel blog entry by mattyk on Aug 18, 2014

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Prologue: An unsuccessful night was had by all so it is agreed that today is a chilled day. After finally surfacing at around 10, a couple of good strong coffee's fortify me enough to set out and get breakfast. A pastry pitstop at the local bakery/bar (great invention) and then off to the local indoor market. My now fluent Finnish does not help me however as the market traders 'tear me a new one' (heading to the supermarket for breakfast in future). An eclectic offering ...

Singapore to Helsinki.

A travel blog entry by kellypeachey on Aug 08, 2014

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... lol) BTW drive careful back home tonight, watch out for wombats. The kids are at school. Mackenzie would be hoping she gets all her electives she selected for year 11and12, while eating her salad with tuna and feta cheese. Olivia would be working hard in class, waiting for recess to practice her gymnastics. Last but not least, Jay, busy helping the teacher and his class mates and then ...

Beautiful Coastline and Bays

A travel blog entry by khillski on Aug 05, 2014

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... architect, Carl Ludwig Engel, to rebuild the square as the center of the new city in the Empire style then favored in St Petersburg. The result is not only beautiful but an unusually consistent example of neo-classical design.

Dominating the Square is Helsinki Cathedral (1852). With its five green cupolas, white Corinthian columns and sprinkling of important figurines posing on its roof, it is decidedly impressive. Another impressive church is ...

From France to Finland

A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Aug 02, 2014

... mins before departure and altho we thought the agents had booked seats, we found they had not so we were separated (luckily the boys together at least) but just pleased to be on the flight. We ran to security and of course it was this one time that they wanted to check something in Matt's bag - more stress! When I tried to explain we were late for our flight, the security lady just shrugged in a very French 'bff who cares!' kind of way. We ...