Radisson Blu Espoo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at the university where she is also an engineer. Alina is Russian from Moscow. Interestingly, they converse in English at home so we had no language problem as their English is excellent.
We decided that we would all go to the ice hockey tomorrow night. Finland are playing a Croatian team. They play in a Russian league. Jean booked the tickets on the internet and then also booked our ferry tickets to Tallinn Estonia for Thursday.
... dishes like reindeer stew in Restaurant Fiore.Holiday Inn Helsinki-Vantaa Airport is located in the Aviapolis business district close to local companies and 15 minute drive from conferences at the Helsinki Fair Centre. You can prepare for your meeting with our complimentary high-speed Internet ...
... for Orla which will fit her when she is about 8. We dropped Kate off for a Robbo nap and Orla and I exchanged the bone-shaker for the carrier; far better for the waving game! We headed back out arranging to meet Kate in an hour for lunch. After exploring we headed back early so as to avoid any tardy based tantrums. I am horrified (and slightly smug) to report that one of our party was late for the rendezvous! (One for the late bank). Lunch was ...
... the Senaatintori (or Senate Square). The Senate Square is the oldest part of central Helsinki and we were immediately stuck by the beauty of the main cathedral that anchors the square on one side. We then headed over to the Kauppatori Market Square, situated right on the water front and wandered through stalls that sold fresh produce, local seafood and all kinds of handmade Finnish goods and souvenirs. ...
... tourists. Travel Wiki said that the best way was the public transport ferry and that it should cost around 5 Euro for a 12 hour return ticket, but so many private ferry operators were there advertising one way trips for more. Initially I walked the wrong direction and got lost in a maze of markets and shops, but I retraced my steps, walked the other way and found the official ferry terminal. I bought my ticket using the automatic machine, and the ferry pulled up just a few ...