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... are in Finnish & Swedish, even though only 8% of the population are Swedish. We visited the indoor market and outdoor market, the main Lutheran Church which is built inside a rock, the artwork in recognition of the works of Sibelius ( most famous Finnish composer & violinist), the forest location of the old holiday destination of the Russian aristocracy and ...
... but with no fat. The following day we started out with a cycling tour of Helsinki, which was really nice and a much quicker way than walking to get around. We saw the old and the new parts of Helsinki as well as the scenic and the industrial. Helsinki is a relatively new independent country, previously being ruled by Russia and Sweden. It is the birth place of Nokia, Linux and Angry Birds! So from that history ...
... after all we’d eaten at the breakfast, all we wanted to do was just slump on the bed and watch television.
Shortly before 2pm, we checked out and left our bag in the secure luggage store at the hotel. We had worked out how to kill a few hours in the city and stay warm at the same time. The cinema. We had been trying to see The Hunger Games since it had came out last year, and a cinema a short walk across the square was showing ...
... stalls selling local delicacies.Unwind with a coffee in Holiday Inn Helsinki-Vantaa Airport's sociable lounge, furnished with sofas and well-stocked bookshelves. Or head into central Helsinki to admire Senate Square's elegant 19th-century buildings and stroll past fishing boats in the busy harbour.
... I didn't have the bread, she gave me seconds. Result! You can really feel the sense of community and you get the feeling the Finns take every opportunity to enjoy the sun they can get! Dawdled over towards the Design museum next. As Kate was looking at the map a nice (and very unfinnlike) lady stopped on her bike and asked if we needed help; she probably heard me practicing my Finnish and thought we were either day patients or ...