Original Sokos Hotel Pasila
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... in his hold luggage this time instead of hand luggage.
We had plenty of time to wander round the shops without buying anything, as usual, before settling down in the bar for a couple of drinks to wait for our flight to be called.
It was a full flight but pretty uneventful, there was no meals or snacks, just a bit of time for reading. We had a couple of hours to kill in Stockholm and this time we were trying to buy stuff in the shops, but ...
... the first time using a fancy machine-reader-scaner thing (no problems for us here either).
So now we are seating near the gate nr 33 surrounded by Chinese people talking their funny and absolutely adorable language and waiting for boarding to start. We'll try posting something from airport in Hong Kong tomorrow, after we arrive there around 11:00 Estonian time.
That's all for now, good night and hopefully good sleep for us on the plane.
... looks different when it rains.
I will try to take a city tour tomorrow morning to familiarize myself with the area. I could also either go to a concert or a play in the evening. I had wanted to go on a boat tour but if the weather is bad it might not be pleasant. I'm hoping I can go on at least one day trip.
I'll keep it short. I need to sleep and make it an early morning.
Hyvaa yota (HUU-vaa UU-eu-ta)Hilda in ...
... aren’t too lost. I saw some buildings we learned about in Architecture class the day before. I didn’t think any of them were very attractive because they were modern looked kind of industrial, which makes sense because they were built during the Industrial Revolution. One interesting building we visited was the Rock Church, which is a church dug out of rocks in the ground and it is covered by a circular roof made out of 13 miles of coiled copper, with a ring of ...
... in a store near the Vapiano Restaurant in the city centre for 4 E was 10 E at the market! We walked back to the unit, despite telling Alex that we would catch the tram if his knee was too sore. But Alex insisted he still had a few kilometres in him. As we went on, he then said he needed to catch the next tram, but Sarina told him it was too late, as we had already passed the last tram stop and the unit was just around the corner! We organised to go out ...