Radisson Blu Espoo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... way. The ship was due to leave at 3:30 pm with boarding closing half an hour before departure and we were still few kilometres away from the Terminal at 2:45 pm. The race against time started. After taking Bus No. 2 till Railway Station and then Bus No. 9 to Western Terminal, we just managed to get the boarding pass. We won against time and am now enjoying my coffee with the live retro rock music filling everything around ...
... 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 ...
... for lunch! There were many reindeer products for sale but probably not really practical Queensland climate items on our return! It was fine weather although cold which was so nice after the heat and humidity in Hong Kong. Larry had to go shopping for a warmer jacket And I found some warm merino wool socks as my cotton blend ones weren't warm enough.
Today we went on a boat sightseeing trip and saw Suomenlinna fortress ...
... but they were ready to make a vegetarian meal for me. There was a veggie burger on the menu so I went with that. It was very tasty.
This was a bit of my day. The weather is supposed to improve on Thursday and my plan is to take a boat to the Sea Fortress Suomenlinna.
It's Hyvaa yota for me
... 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 ...