Solo Sokos Hotel Torni
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... our bags might not have made it. Eventually, with our bags on a trolley, we wheeled them out to be met by Maria's aunt, Sari, who would be putting us up for the night.
Sari works for Finnair at Helsinki airport and she told that we could already check in for our domestic flight tomorrow evening and even check in our hold bags so we didn't have to lug them around. Apparently this was to ease congestion in the airport in the run up to Christmas. We all made our ...
... to Tallinn, Estonia. I searched a little more on Russian visas and found that they have a 72 hour Visa free ferry from Helsinki to St. Petersburg. If you book a berth on the St. Peter line, it costs the same as a Russian Visa. Such a deal! I jumped on it and now I'm watching the bay of Finland roll by as Russian tourists play casino games and buy duty free booze behind me.
Deanne and I didn't expect much from Helsinki. We'd heard mixed reviews ...
... traditional Russian Orthodox Church with golden onion domes and the other was in the empire style, painted white with lots of symmetrical ionic columns, and a large, white dome on top. It looked to be more of a government building than a church, probably because the bottom half looked like the White House and the top half looked like the Capitol building. After the tour, I went back to the ship for lunch and a nap before going back out again with my friend, Claire. We had a ...
... lol) BTW drive careful back home tonight, watch out for wombats. The kids are at school. Mackenzie would be hoping she gets all her electives she selected for year 11and12, while eating her salad with tuna and feta cheese. Olivia would be working hard in class, waiting for recess to practice her gymnastics. Last but not least, Jay, busy helping the teacher and his class mates and then ...
... of Sweden has big dreams for newly founded Helsinki. Unfortunately, a series of disastrous fire,plague and war kept the town from growing. After Russia defecated Sweden and annexed Finland in 1809, Czar Alexander I moved the capital and university from Turku to Helsinki. The Russian rule was short lived as the Finns declared their independence in 1917 having endured a devastating Civil War and merged with a new Republicangovernment.