Original Sokos Hotel Albert
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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- After an extremely long night (12 hour flight) and the most uncomfortable sleep I have ever had we arrived into Helsinki and the local weather was -2 degrees
- We went through security and I had to dispose of my 7th toiletry item since leaving Brisbane and we then made our way through passport control and waited for our ...
... the toughest looking rock you could imagine. After several moments of quiet reflection with about a million other tourists, we headed on the tram to Ullanlinna district and Kaivopuisto park. It's a beautiful, large park overlooking the small islands heading into the Sea of Finland. A very nice place for lunch. We walked back into the port area (Kaartinkaupunki district) - where all the ferries ...
... very few people around. ( zoo entry included with Helsinki card). I explored the zoo for a couple of hours, seeing lots of different animals, then headed back to the bus and caught the
bus back to central station.
From central station i caught a tram to senate square, here i looked around, got some souvenirs, then headed back to the hostel. Along the way going to a grocery store and picking up some ...
... 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 ...
... passed the time really quickly, before I knew it we were arriving in Finland. We all went down to our bikes, geared up and made our way off the ferry. From there I rode to where I was meeting a friend from ages ago, Jenny, who's been living in Finland for many years. We met at a shop called Urbanstory, where Jenny has started this project called HopePost. Basically you write a postcard to someone, and you address it, but you don't post it - you pin ...