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... the upstairs cabin on the train to the platform. It’s not that the bags were overly heavy; it’s just that the corridors on trains are so narrow. We headed for the luggage lockers to store the one bag that we would need overnight and then took the other 3 to the airport.
Our flight is not until tomorrow night but it was actually possible to check our luggage in today. We took the shuttle bus to the airport and met Sari, Maria’s aunt, who conveniently works ...
... the Ice Hall where I watched a game of the Finnish National Hockey League. Helsinki was hosting another team. It was an evenly matched game that ended in a 1 - 0 score in favour of the visitors. At every play stoppage cheer leaders danced in the aisles. Just like in Canada , copious quantities of beer are consumed between periods and the line ups to the toilets are long. It was raining when I got out of the game. The tram ride home was short but crowded. Again I ...
Won't be too much of a blog tonight, we are here in Helsinki but only for the night, we head out early tomorrow morning for Kajaani (pronounced Kayaani). It has been snowing in Helsinki so there are white cars, white bushes and white footpaths everywhere. Pretty cool actually. The hike to the hotel was good, brisk and a wee bit cool and a little slippery under foot:)
Can't wait for this leg of our tour to start.
Next installment tomorrow night. Happy ...
... working man's district and was full of bars and trendy spots. So when our bus dropped us off at the Kamppi bus station, we decided to get a cheap place in that hood. I'm amazed at many foreign bus stations. This one was incredibly efficient. It was underground and right in the Centrum (downtown) near the train station. It was so clean and had escalators and elevators to get to or from your bus. You could only get to the buses if you had a ticket. ...
... the many canons.
I also looked into every opening within the dark, wet stone structures.
I climbed up and had a beautiful view of the sea with the sound of the waves splashing against the boulders.
On a different side, there were crooked staircases taking you down to the ...