Original Sokos Hotel Albert
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... not totally horrid parents though, we did manage to sneak Spencer in to our venue choice as he only had a small tortilla and we went and sat with Lil periodically …. until our food arrived anyway. Lil understood, and eventually she started talking to us again.
After all the relaxing we did in Lahti we were exhausted, so after lunch we checked in to our apartment and had a kip. This meant that seeing any more of Helsinki was ...
... what a beauty she is. Simple in a Scandinavian way and yet so attractive. While busloads of tourist are shipped in and detract a person from quiet meditation I listen impressed to the organist who is practising and thoroughly fills the building with cascades of notes, from all registers. And while I quietly sit in one of the pews, and I try to ignore the hundreds of (mostly Oriental) tourists who come, not to ...
... strip, Barcelona has a bar outside on the footpath along with tables and chairs. The thoroughfare is lined with lovely yellow five story buildings that I would guess date from the second half of the 19th century. Between them the sky is still a duck egg blue although it's already after 8pm. A band has started playing on a stage a couple of restaurants down. Some sort of Finnish lounge music, and the small crowd is Going wild. I wonder how many more of these little hidden ...
As the Regal Princess slipped into the Port of Helsinki, we could tell we were in for an exceedingly beautiful day. The sky had barely any clouds, just an amazing azure color. The port was very busy. Large ferries came and went frequently to other ports in the Baltic.
Arrangements by the cruise line included a shuttle bus. For 10€ we had roundtrip transportation from the port to a common bus stop near the corner ...
... This church is really cave like as it is blasted into solid rock. Very moving!
Sibelius Park- here we viewed the famous monument of 600 steel pipes in honor of Finnish composer Jean Sibelius.
Olympic Stadium- Site of the 1952 Summer Olympics. We had a picture stop at the Paavo Nurmi statue. Nurmi was know as the "Flying Finn" as he dominated distance races in the 20's.
We drove by Mannerheim Street ...