Original Sokos Hotel Pasila
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We weren't in too much of a rush to get out of the extremely comfy bed in the morning and were lucky to catch breakfast before it closed. Breakfast was served in the atmospheric Loiste Restaurant on the 10th floor; it was enormous and had the most awesome selection of food. There was proper coffee for starters, juices, cereals, breads, pastries, fruit, a cold selection with herring, meats and cheeses plus a hot selection with eggs, ...
... for dinner.
During my wanderings earlier in the day I had noticed an Italian restaurant that looked good so I headed there for dinner. The menu was quite limited so I decided to go for a pizza. It was a satisfying meal and on the way back to my hotel I stopped in at "my" pub for a beer. While there I struck up a conversation with a two guys who were real hockey fans. My pet question is "Who is the best Finnish hockey player of all time?" That seems to be ...
... back through the streets, past the Helsinki Cathedral again, and back to the train station and up to our apartment. The train station looks amazing - Art Deco design but, like most everything in Helsinki at the moment, is covered in scaffolding. We bought some postcards today just so we could see what the city is supposed to look like under all the plastic sheets. Helsinki is a very compact city to get around and ...
... at lunch. Child care is guaranteed and parental care can last up to the child's age of 3. A very civilised country but unfortunately in the winter months only 1-2 hours of sunlight and a very short summer. Less than 5 million in the whole ...
... hazard. But in Estonia, it's 3 euros please, come right in.
We were so pressed for time that we hardly had any time to really explore, but we each took off in separate directions, snapping photos as we went. There was an abandoned warden's office with records and paperwork scattered about the rotting floor. There was a medical ward with scary-looking abandoned equipment. A sign pointing to a rubber room. What made the whole thing even better was that, unlike ...