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... As a connoisseur of the small fish, Kevin Brown would have been in his element. Although, I am sorry to say Kev that after extensive research I failed to find your favourite, sardines on toast topped with a poached egg ummmmmmm! For those unfamiliar with the Fish Slapping Dance the link is below:
Julie also managed to find ...
... hotel. I went in (free again) and there was food and more food to eat, to buy, to taste....cooked, fried, fresh, dried....everything, anything. There was such order in all that craziness. I love that sort of calmness in this city.
With that, I returned to the hotel.
Hei hei (HAY-hay)
Hilda in Helsinki
... the fresh smell of waffles made me forget about the fish. Right by the market are the tourist cruise boats as well.
Then there's the Old Market Hall where they sell fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, coffee and dessert. The coffee shops are small but quaint, it was busy but not annoying.
Right after the Market ...
... only in Finnish and Swedish (usually they have English too - and at the zoo they had some in Russian and German as well) which made it a more cursory look, altho we did use the various laminated cards in English at some points. The skeleton floor was great, with a huge humpback whale and sea cow (much bigger than the dugong skeleton) and a whole series on bones. The dinosaurs were impressive too with a Gigantosaurus and a diplodocus-type skeleton as the centre ...
... underwear was cheaper than laundry on the boat). The city was full of beautiful flowers and small gardens. We walked over to the "Rock Church." This is a church built into bedrock, and it all stone inside. After, we wandered around, through the National Museum, and to the Sebelius Monunment, which looks like hundreds of pipes all stacked next to each other. Overall, the town was charming, but not the most exciting. Many websites bill it as a daytrip from Stockholm, which seems about right. ...