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Travel Blogs from Espoo
... fussed about watching land get closer. We docked. Leaving the ferry was easy, and I walked straight out onto the streets of Helsinki. I was relying on a paper map-copies available on board ship-but had no idea where I was, and wasn't successful in street name spotting. No matter, follow the crowds and you'll be in the city centre before you know it. Turned out we had docked on the east of the city. I was too early to check into the hostel on Erottaja-I guess that's the area name, ...
... spots and you can jump off the ferry and spend as much time as you like at each place. We stay on the ferry as it does a complete round trip as it's great fun just sitting in the sun and looking at this very beautiful city. We finally disembark and have a good look around. The buildings are amazing We walk past the Nordic museum and we were going to look at the Wasa ship but the queue was way too long. We go back to the ferry ...
... dressing that honestly is to die for well abbé not die or but it as ver yummy! After lunch we have another look sound until it s time bard the ship. We are so excited. We walk down one gangway and then another and another and we are on. It's like walking onto love boat! There are entertainers, music playing, crew to direct you to your room. It is the bet fun ever. We find our cabin. We try and talk ...
... a nice thing to say but after having travelled through the “beautiful” countries, it came of a bit of shock to find that Finland was smacked, and smacked hard with the ugly tree. Fat is the new thin and pasty, greasy skin is the new healthy complexion in this county and if Sweden is the hipster heaven, then Finland is death metal heaven. Everyone from young kids to adults (who should know better) have crazy old style punk hair, obligatory Iron Maiden shirts and torn black ...
... rental by the people of Helsinki. Saunas and boat houses were dotted the shoreline. There are approx. 2 million saunas in Finland. The saunas here all have direct access to the water so a cold dip is expected. Heaps of people were out and about, swimming, sunbaking, sailing, canoeing and generally enjoying the wonderful scenery and the great sunshine.
There are also military and sea safety establishments on other islands. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility