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A very quiet and peaceful evening, blessed with no midges as it was cold but this made the skies clearer and the light and colours spectacular. We walked a little, enjoyed our evening meal with some wine and a good, long sleep. En route to Tampere now for a look see and perhaps a shop before we find somewhere for the night, we shall see! Having been here before helped ...
... car park - the reason we were in Tampere in the first place. And it really is spectacular. A man made cavern some 20m wide and 10m high and perhaps a kilometre long all 30m under the streets of Tampere. The size and lighting made for a very airy feeling, quite at odds with the fact that it's a deep cave.
Mikko took me back to Helsinki Airport and I got there an hour or so before the plane was due to go. I spent ...
... set up in their spots, opening bottles of wine and beer while waiting for the late night sunset. We continued walking, just taking it all in, until we made it down to the river's edge. A brilliant sunset was our reward for the long walk. On the way back to the hostel, we stopped at a nearby pub for a couple pints and a sample of Finnish gin. 24 May 2014: Upon waking up late, we immediately set out for a couple of museums that sounded ...
... some Angry Birds postcards. Nice ones!! The coach arrived on time to take us back to Helsinki. Note that it didn't stop at the indicated station on the board on the side of the road. It stopped roughly 20m in front, so look out. But I honestly prefer the train which would cost a bit more but will definitely get you there.
Dinner was in the same shopping mall at Manhattan for steak. I bought another postcard at the Moomin shop.
... to see there guys with long hair – as I supposed, it is a great place for folks admiring the metal culture. Some more practical information about Tampere: The railway station is in the downtown and it is very easy to locate it. Public toilets are usually not free, but in the city centre I was able to find one that was open (accidentally, maybe??) There is also no need to make reservation for the night trains from Tampere to the North.