Solo Sokos Hotel Torni
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... off the wrong stop and after wandering about and asking a few people we found it! Guess what there was a big sign on the door saying it was closed for renovations and reopens tomorrow! We really follow the Stumble guide of Touring. This afternoon we were serenaded on the tram by a drunken artist! He didn't realize we were speaking a different language he was so drunk!
So tomorrow we will go to the Design Museum! Jx
... me up at 9:30am for a city tour. The guide was very good, provided historical information, dates and facts. We stopped twice for pictures but that wasn't enough especially since we started off with a sunny morning and continued into a rainy day. Our last pick up was at the port and I was so happy to finally see it. I saw a Silja ferry, ...
... Jean Sibelius'
(1865-1957) monument by Eila Hiltunen. It was unveiled in September 1967.
The Sibelius Monument, resembling organ pipes, is made of welded steel with the bust of the composer on one side. The monument is one of Helsinki's most popular statues and one of the most well-known tourist attractions. The monument is 28 feet high, 34 ½ feet wide, ...
... and across the street from Esplanade Park. Southern Finland is having a heat wave right now (76 degrees!!) so everyone was out enjoying the lovely weather. We watched people picnicking in the park, strollong down the wide boulevard and basking in the splendor of 20 hours of sunshine. We were running on not much sleep after our travels, but we still managed to stay up rather late...mainly because the World Cup ...
... be weighed and priced as you’re checking out.)
Everything official and most signage is written in both Finnish and Swedish. Street maps can be confusing, with two names for every road. I found that when only foreign languages are provided on food container labels, the Swedish is slightly more decipherable than Finnish. I have to say that Greek was easier for me to decipher than Finnish!