Hotel GLO Helsinki Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we could do. We pictured ourselves in our nice warm cabin back at Airisto, while we were actually huddled under the shelter of a closed café, hiding from the cold wind, rain,and at times, hail! For 4 hours!
In between showers, we took it in turns to take a walk through the park, but other
than that, one of us snoozed (guess who), and the other one read. Finally, the ...
... enough that we didn't even notice it was getting dark. Which means it was REALLY late since they have the midnight sun here as well! I've taken a few glasses of wine tonight in the hope that it can cure me of my jet lag.
Hooray for alcohol! I managed to sleep right through to 7am, which I have been desperately craving since being on this holiday. Today Heddi had planned a trip to Turku, on the west coast of Finland, which is a place ...
... especially the train ride back into Lübeck!
And now we were off to Denmark! We had been warned that fuel was expensive in Denmark, in fact in all of Scandinavia, so we decided to fill the car in Flensburg, just before we crossed the border. After buying a bit more than 100 Litres of fuel, we arrived in Denmark to find that fuel in Denmark is NOT more expensive that in Germany! I must just stress here that we are talking about Diesel, ...
Changi has lots of shops. Pity they are so high end focused. Seems crazy. A 4+ hour transit here - ages to go yet. Still there's wifi here so small blessings. Fell asleep almost before takeoff and slept about 5.5 hours. Watched The Gangster Squad and TV series called Followers. The man next to me escaped Hungary in 1956 and will be on my leg to Budapest too. We had a good chat. Helsinki airport has grown significantly. Modernised as well. Strangely it still feels very ...
... in Scandinavia should bare one important factor in mind - cost. Cheap it is not. My hostel, the cheapest in Helsinki, was £20 a night. My budget per day is £40 and to write half of it off before taking food and transport and activities and book purchases into account is a painful but unavoidable part of travelling in any of the Scandinavian countries. It doesn't leave a lot of wiggle room for other things. By comparison, the hostel in Warsaw was about £7 a night, while food was ...