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... century helped improve Helsinki's status, but it was not until Russia defeated Sweden in the Finnish War and annexed Finland as the autonomous Grand Duchy of Finland in 1809 that the town began to develop into a substantial city. Czar Alexander I of Russia moved the Finnish capital from Turku to Helsinki in 1812 to reduce Swedish influence in Finland, and to bring the capital closer to St. Petersburg. Following the Great Fire of Turku in 1827, The Royal Academy ...
... i make the short walk home.
Helsinki is a nice compact city, very clean. One thing i found here is that most people are not friendly. When i was out walking in the forest i would say hello to people, but never ever received a reply. Nearly 90% of the people here are taught english and swedish in school, so it was not that they didnt understand me. So the next stop is Tallinn, Estonia. Just about to board the ferry for the 70k journey across the Baltic sea
... p You have to read the fine print of everything and be assertive. Even saying no to wine or beer seems like we have committed an unheard act. Even getting a deal with laundry you have to be careful that you know the different between a shirt and a t-shirt - they're classified differently. Oh and Internet is $20 a day at a snails pace but you can get deals if you sign up all week! Jen said after three days of reminders it ...
... could elect to get it for the same price digitally. Rip off, for something you would look at once and put away in the drawer. I suppose Santa has to raise some money for all the gifts. I did ask Santa who he thought was the naughty one out of Wayne and myself and he said we had both been very good!
The rest of Santas place is full of merchandise or cafes. I bought a fleece blanket to go over our knees on the bus which I will bring home and a bauble for ...
... Further in the buildings were made of brick.
The island is still inhabited by a small number of residents. There are a couple of places for tourists to stay also on the island.
Other places to stay in Espoo
Otaranta 2, Espoo | 4 star hotelfrom $106
Leppavaarankatu 1, Espoo | 4 star hotelfrom $102
Tyrskyvouri 4, Espoo | 3 star hotelfrom $100
Porarinkatu 3, Espoo | 3 star hotelfrom $95
Nihtisillantie 1, Espoo | 3 star hotelfrom $119
Korpilammentie 5, Espoo | 3 star hotelfrom $85
Tapionaukio 3, Espoo | 4 star hotelfrom $126
Lakelankatu 1, Espoo | 3 star hotelfrom $94
Kivilammentie 1, Espoo | Hotelfrom $105
Hanasaarenranta 5, Espoo | 3 star hotelfrom $129
Bodomintie 37, Espoo | Hotelfrom $120
PÃ¤Ã¤rynÃ¤polku 3, Espoo | Hotelfrom $84