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... than I thought it would be. While everyone here speaks English, German, and even some french it's not a matter of communication that's the problem but really wants sold common place at home is not so common here. I manage to kill almost 5 hours shopping but for the most part I eventually accomplish my task.
The next morning it's sunny and I decide to head to Suomenlinna. It's one of Helsinki's many harbor islands but yields a varied history as ...
... The massive boat makes a last sharp turn and finally docks.
Packed and loaded we take a tram, and I talk with the driver, a very blond lady from Greece, who grew up in Rhodos. She was born in Finland. Now with 2 children, she realizes that schools in Greece are very bad. "You need to hire private teachers in the evening, or your kids have no chance in life!"
So she moved back to Finland.
After she let's us off with a cheery ...
It was an early start for the ferry, the Baltic Princess, on Monday morning. The ferry left at 7.10.am and we had to be there an hour before that. We had a bit of trouble finding where to go when we got to the port but found it in the end. The ferry was really nice with about five restaurants, a nightclub, casino and shops. There didn't seem to be ...
... the fifth floor and work our way down to the ground floor. One of the first exhibits we saw on the fifth floor was Think of One Thing by Mariele Neudecker. There were several clear plastic cubes, each containing a mountaintop poking above clouds. They each looked very realistic. Another unique piece we saw were the “wind” drawings. The artist (I forgot to write down the name) apparently attached a pen to the branch of ...
... by the ships of Soumenlinna. They had small manoeuvrable ships and the Russians declared it was unfair to have such small ships that couldn't be hit with cannons :) From here we went to look in the Bastions then around the great courtyard. Designed by the fortress's founder Augustin Ehrensvärd, the great courtyard was completed in the 1760s and served as the main square. It was badly damaged in the Crimean war in 1855. The tomb of August Ehrensvärd can ...