Cumulus Kallio Helsinki
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCumulus Kallio 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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Our last day was overcast and wettish so we walked to the nearby Ateneum which is their main art gallery. A very interesting collection of Scandinavian pictures on relationship with Nature including some by Edvard Munch he did more than just the Scream
Next day we rejoined the group for the train to St Petersburg
... in Helsinki we headed straight for the hotel where we had previously stayed, as they had emailed to let us know that we had left a camera behind, good job Lil. So this is the second time we have 'lost’ a camera and the second time that we have got it back. A great track record but we are not going to try to test its success again.
Then it was straight on to find our next ferry terminal our ferry this afternoon, because this one we can’t miss as ...
... energy somehow, and laughing must surely help me to get there. Just like thinking of two best things - it is a nice thing to think of positive things before falling asleep. Thank you Malcolm.
**TRAVEL impression: Helsinki is pretty good for a city! It has nice architecture and is SUPER easy to get around with a 24 hour transport card available for EUR8.00 - this lets you jump on buses, trams and metro - extremely handy. It is also a city easily covered by foot if ...
... arrived at the western wharf we asked if our tickets were good on the car ferry, sadly no so we had to walk about 300 metres back to catch our ferry. No problems. Back at Market Square we strolled along the Esplanade back to our hotel and waited an hour at the hotel before catching a taxi to the ferry terminal to board the overnight boat to St Petersburg. Passing through boarding and customs and onto our ferry, we found our cabin on deck four, the entry deck, so we were able ...
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