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TravelPod Member ReviewsCumulus Olympia Helsinki
Good hostel. Probably the cheapest one in the expensive city of Helsinki, but a good one. Staff was nice and so were the rooms.
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... They are competitors. In Nagu, there was a K market nestled behind the S Market by the bay and nobody saw it or shopped there because all people saw only the S Market.
After checking in, we looked for the Russian Blini restaurant we saw from the bus window and got a potato and mushroom blini and another sweet one, with hazelnut spread. Blinis are basically Russian crepes and they were delicious.
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... the tram and back to our apartment for a rest. The weather has been beautiful - 21 degrees, overcast and humid. Every now and then the sun comes out and it is lovely and warm, but then it disappears behind clouds and it's almost as if there will be a light shower - but it hasn't rained yet today. Beautiful weather for walking. The public transport is pretty easy - we purchased a two day ...
... with fresh caught fish and plenty of dill, it was delicious. Once we finished we headed next door to the indoor part of the market, known as Kauppahalli which was also very pretty and had lots of additional little restaurants and stands as well.
Helsinki was a quick stop compared to our time in Russia but we really enjoyed it, especially the island fortress. Next stop…Stockholm! David & ...
... and windy. We picked up some sandwich items, apples, and water and headed for the park. We perched ourselves on top of a hill (rare in Helsinki) and had a wonderful view of the harbor and a sailing race underway in the distance. My father would have loved it. We learned that the Scandinavian people enjoy staying home in August, unlike other Europeans who almost entirely abandon their cities to vacation elsewhere in August. But in ...
... of my trip so far. From the library we wandered through some little shops of locally made things, bought some fruit from the market, then we visited Dmitry's university because he needed to scan some documents. While he was doing that, Jenny and I went searching for somewhere to have lunch - and when he was done he met us at a shopping centre. I'd expressed that I didn't want to spend my more than five Euro on lunch, so Jenny decided that we ...