Solo Sokos Hotel Torni
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... with Helsinki - Christmas lights, friendly people, fab markets and great atmosphere. Not a bad verdict after being there only 6 hours there! Darkness sets in around 3.00pm. Made the train to Rovaniemi, after a very well drilled baggage retrieval operation. All nine of us booked on sleepers on the Polar Express. Quite novel for everyone. All boys most impressed by pull out showers for some reason. Lovely to go to sleep on a rocking ...
Or better said, how was I freezing my a.. off... After a very turbulent but good flight to Helsinki, I took the Finnair bus to the city center, which costs only 6,30 Eur and takes approx. 30 minutes. Unfortunately I didn't meet anybody interesting during the flight, but this is not holding me back, interesting people will come! ;) As I couldn't find the hotel immediately I asked some guys that very politely helped me find it, in fact it was just ...
... up a ticket to go to the island, then got some lunch, ate and came back and jumped on the ferry. The ferry was going to fortress island, a
short trip over to the island, then i got off, got a map and went exploring. I had a quick look at the church, then the military museum – lots of information about Finland in the ww2, then i had a look at the fortress museum – all about the fortress on ...
... through the various forms of security all of the heathrow staff seemed to want a cuddle with the added bonus of being whisked through all queues! We needn't have been concerned about Orla on the plane as she took it all in her stride and played and slept throughout the journey. Kate had a reindeer sandwich. I had plane crisps. When were getting off the plane we waited till last. The stewardess asked where we were a transferring to ...
... sat down and had cups of tea, and throughout the evening we've been chatting about what to visit in Helsinki, the history of Germanic languages, and computers (he's a computer science major). Tomorrow I am meeting Jenny at "Bear Park" at 11 to go sightseeing, and Dmitry is coming along to practice his English. Since he doesn't have a car he opted to go on the back of the bike into town rather than taking public transport, so tomorrow should be an fun ...