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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... from where I took the ferry.
Here's a view of the Market, the harbor and Helsingin Tuomiokirkko (Helsinki Cathedral) in the background and government buildings by the street,
Here's an idea of what the Fortress looks like. The vastness of it all was felt only when I trekked up and ...
... vulture. I hadn't realised until I looked back and Kate was taking an amusingly long time to leave. Wandered around the city centre in a haze of tiredness with Orla in the bone-shaker. We head to the Kaampi district which has all the bars and clubs and is generally considered the roughest part of Helsinki to see an unusual chapel. At first it was not obvious which way to get in but a kindly gentlemen opened a door for us and ushered us in to ...
... camera like mad and got some good clips of film too - the jelly fish and octopus are always fascinating and an enormous honeycomb moray eel was new to us. Guy liked the poisonous tree frogs in fluorescent blue and yellow. There was the expected walk thro tunnel with black-tipped reef sharks, bonnet-heads (mini hammerheads) and loads of fish and a large round tank with catsharks poking their noses out and stingrays. There was a nice Finnish end (no ...
... in the Rock and the harbor-side market.
We set off for the church following the Google maps directions provided by our smartphone. Not so smart! After several wrong turns it brought us to the church, but had us approach it from the back, which meant we climbed up onto its roof well above the entrance to get into it. After a treacherous climb down the rocks to the sidewalk, we worked our way around to the entrance. Once we were inside, we were forced to agree with ...
This started out as a cold and rainy day. Rhonda wasn't feeling well, so I had to battle the elements and take our journey to the largest island fort in the world by myself. I had to travel by bus and then a tour boat to the Island Fortress. Along the way we passed by a still in use by the Finnish Army and the Naval Academy. The Fortress was built after St. Petersburg was built because the Finnish did not trust the ...