Hotel GLO Helsinki Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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8:25 pm→10:45 pm Finnair 658 ------S OSL-HEL
8:25 pm→10:45 pm Finnair 2658 SMTWT-- OSL-HEL
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GLO Hotel Airport
Wake up relaxed at Helsinki Airport! GLO Hotel Airport is a modern lifestyle hotel inside Helsinki Airport main building - only a few steps from the gates.GLO Hotel Airport is the only hotel …
... competitive about everything and anything, especially with Sweden. They don’t talk very much, unless they have something important to say. They hate and don’t understand superficial small talk (I’m with them there) so if you ask a Finnish person how they are, they’ll either roll their eyes and know you’re a foreigner or they will give you a full health report because when they do ask someone how they are, they really mean it and care about the ...
The plan was to keep today fairly low key. We met Lin and then went to the ferry- via a very long tram ride as we managed to get the wrong tram! Helsinki is great because you can get a pass and can travel on bus, tram or ferry for however many days you need. Except that Alex's 7 day pass went through the wash and didn't survive! Soumenlinna is not a palace but a fortress. Much of it is camouflaged underground and is built from granite stones. I loved ...
... a "Lapland" Unique Experience which included experiencing life in the winter at -5 degrees Celsius (fortunately that only lasted 45 minutes). At the Winter Wonderland, we got to ride in a dogsled, tour igloo lifestyles, and of course have vodka in ice shot glasses. Afterwards our tour included a more than necessary detailed tour of the city of Helsinki, with an afternoon spent on the ship, learning about our next port of call, St Petersburg, ...
... Our plans to visit the National Museum of Finland and the Design Museum were stonewalled by Mid-Summer, a national holiday where most people leave town for the long weekend.
The locals are a fierce breed who brave the cold and wet, acclimated through years of harsh conditioning, subject their offspring to the same. Riding a bicycle in the rain is not my cup of grog, but the locals seem to relish it, and go about their day ...