Radisson Blu Espoo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... He met Alina 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. ...
... sprinting to the boarding ramp that was just about to be raised!
At night we have dinner with the beekeeper and his wife, learning more information now about winter and the bees!!fascinating. Will love to share when I return.
Great shows end the night, Broadway tunes, followed by a couples acrobats- amazing and then ending with laughter at their version of Dancing with the Stars.
Have put deposit on a future cruise to be determined........
... the attractiveness of buildings and beauty of nature. Don't forget to scroll sideways if the images are too big,
I started my 3rd day late. I had to rest a bit, recover from jetlag and re-coop some energy. It was a 15-minute walk to the Market Square from where I would be taking the ferry to Suomenlinna. It was ...
... the rain stopped, I started my walk back to the hotel. I walked by the Esplanade but did not visit it; will write about it when I do. I just wanted to rest and I would have to miss the play and the concert. It's ok.
At supper time it started pouring rain again so I decided to eat at the hotel. Most of the dishes are of meat and fish, ...
... and climbed around the outside which is rough-hewn rock, very cool. The Botanic gardens were also undergoing major renovations so we had a short wander around what was open and then headed off for dinner. Andy's colleagues had recommended a place for out-of-towners called Zetor - a whacky Finish eatery decked out in wooden beams and cosy booths like a farmhouse with old tractors for tables and full-sized stuffed animals sitting around! It was a great atmosphere ...