Original Sokos Hotel Vantaa

Address: Hertaksentie 2, Vantaa, Southern Finland, 01300, Finland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Hertaksentie 2, Vantaa, is near Heureka, the Finnish Science Centre, Flamingo Entertainment Centre, Fazer Chocolate Factory, and Pyhan Laurin Kirkko.
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Travel Blogs from Vantaa

From France to Finland

A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Aug 02, 2014

... Scandinavian countries, bordering Russia along it's eastern border. St Petersburg is only a short ferry ride from Helsinki in the south. We walked out a short way for dinner which included some good Finnish beer and Andy had a lovely piece of salmon. The boys and I had delicious pizzas (it's so nice to finally feel better after a week of a grumbling tummy and to enjoy the taste of food again!) which were so enormous we had a doggie bag to ...

Cutlets are Rissoles

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 18, 2014

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... I myself googled cutlet myself wondering if he'd spelled it differently or something, but I got the same results. It wasn't until I typed "lamb cutlets" that I saw what I have always called a cutlet. So apparently cutlets are rissoles, and my Russian-born, Finnish-speaking couch surfing host knows better English than I do! Tomorrow morning marks that start of the long ride from Helsinki to Oslo - about 2000 kilometres - and 5 days to do it as I'm meeting Jess in Oslo on the 23rd. ...

Silence, Nature and Simplicity

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 05, 2014

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... beautiful blue and white domed Lutheran Cathedral of St. Nicholas, the Government Palace, the University and a statue of Alexander II of Russia. Most of these and other neo-classical buildings in Helsinki were built while Finland was under Russian rule for about 100 years, from 1809 until the Russian Revolution in 1917. Our next stop was the Olympic Stadium, originally built when Finland intended to host the games in 1940. With the advent ...

Second Impressions

A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on May 26, 2014

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... Scandinavian summer day. We perused the numerous food booths set up in the square looking for something to eat before heading over to the island, Suomenlinna. The choices were many, from fresh produce to seafood to traditional Sami cuisine. I stopped at a couple of booths to try some free samples of reindeer meatballs and smoked herring before settling on a shrimp sandwich. All of it was delicious. We then boarded the boat for the fifteen minute ride to the former ...


A travel blog entry by helendickveness on Oct 25, 2013

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Just passing thru

Arrived early morning, cold and wet outside but we stayed in the airport for a three hour wait.

As we are entering the European Union we went thru the border checks at Helsinki and found the departure point. very tired so sat and read books.

The flight was full but only a short hop