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A travel blog entry by cdiverio on May 29, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

It was graduation day in Helsinki, and it was a holiday. so things were closed and places were busy as a result. We spent a little time around town, but didn't get to see much - no carpets getting laundered, most churches were closed because they had grad services - we drove an hour to Porvoo, which is a medieval town, but we didn't see much that qualified as ...

A Wet and Damp Helsinki

A travel blog entry by jimtrap on May 21, 2015

40 photos

Thursday 21 May 2015 - Helsinki did not do well by us ! It was raining when we arrived and remained so throughout the morning of our visit. Of course, the sun shone through just as we were sailing from the port !!

The ship docked about 20 minutes from the city centre and the city fathers ran a shuttle bus service (10 Euro return) to an from - which is normal.

Our mooring was a busy place with ships and ferries coming and going in what I thought was ...

My first white Christmas

A travel blog entry by greeneggsandham on Dec 23, 2014

20 photos

... having to buy another ticket at a cost of about 160 euros.

  • At Helsinki I ended up having to wait ages for my bags. I then waited about another 30 minutes for Patrick's flight to land.
  • We caught the bus to the city and then walked to the hostel (the same one I had stayed in previously).
  • The whole city was covered in snow. When I had left there was none and in the three days I had been in Rovaniemi it had bucketed down. We were going to have a ...

  • First cruise stop

    A travel blog entry by newsbob on Aug 22, 2014

    11 photos

    I didn't know much about Helsinki before our cruise, aside from the country’s tenuous relationship with its big brown bear of a neighbor.

    And, of course, that they have reindeer up north, where it gets very cold.

    And that Geena Davis was married to a movie director who was Finnish, and she said the language is difficult to learn because it is unrelated to any other world language.

    Now, ...

    Design Quarter and the repeating Herring

    A travel blog entry by mattyk on Aug 15, 2014

    11 photos

    ... personal experience yet...) Really good window shopping and appreciation of good design with a few little purchases. We found a fantastic book shop and antiquarian. Unfortunately the amazing Bruun commercial poster from the 60s we were trying to purchase was a little too steep at at least €250+ However we managed the acquisition of a very cool poster for Orla which was cheekily asked for and in typical Finnish ...