Solo Sokos Hotel Aleksanteri
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with her tube of Vegemite in her carry on being confiscated by security as it was more than 100g...luckily we have a back up in the suitcase! We arrived in Helsinki at 3:00pm to a cold and almost dark afternoon catching the bus to the main railway station to collect our key for our apartment....which unfortunately was another 1.2km walk away. We did get a tram to take us more of the distance as the thought of us all dragging our ...
... universities) and health care are totally free for everyone, no matter who you are and what your background is. What I did know was that women in Finland where the first ones to get voting rights in 1906, but now I know why! In Finish language you don't have a difference for male or female, it's one word used for all - equality! And as the finish language is so special, I said to the girl in the restaurant that asked me where was I ...
Nearly 48 hours after I left home on Sunday afternoon, we have finally arrived in Helsinki. The second flight had the potential to be very arduous - 12 1/2 hours stuck in the middle seat of the middle aisle and not being able to move one iota - but I did get to have a half decent sleep for a few hours so not feeling too bad at this ...
... read and then lined up to get on the plane. While in flight i read my book until i finished and then listened to my ipod until the plane landed. We arrived at Stockholm airport. I had to walk the short distance between gates and then a short wait for the flight. The flight was quick and then we arrived at Helsinki airport. From the plane we got on a bus and went to the terminal, i collected my bags, used the WiFi and then searched out the tourist point.
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This morning, I woke up to the sounds of jackhammers outside the hostel window, which is always fun when you're a bit hung over. Ah well, nothing some coffee couldn't fix. We went to the deli around the corner for some brunch, and I had what they referred to as a salmon bagel, which was actually smoked salmon with tomatoes and cream cheese on a black bread type baguette. Pretty close to a Montreal breakfast, actually, except for the bagel part.