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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... his ally the French. Sweden owned the territory at the time and needed to replace fortresses recently lost to Russia. At the time it was compared to Gibraltar in terms of it's impregnability. It was no difficulty spending a few hours there walking the ramparts and viewing museum exhibits. A thousand people live on the islands permanently and so there are schools houses and a church.
Jumping on the return ferry I returned to the mainland where I caught a ...
... reclining their seats. Julie can be very persuasive, especially when she is sleep deprived and she has just discovered that there is no sauvignon blanc on the wine list.
Helsinki airport is all white wood, polished concrete and low pendant lighting. I suspect the whole building was delivered in a “flat pack” from Ikea. The place is spotlessly clean, large enough to accommodate thousands and designed superbly. In fact the ...
My first full day touring around Helsinki! The city is fabulous, shops and restaurants everywhere, many small things to see and do. It's the complete opposite of Russia and I'm loving it! Visited the Senate Square and Uspenski Cathederal. Walked around Market Square and met an amazing jeweler whom I bought a ring from. He takes photographs of the landscape of Finland and then ...
... we passed a bunch of Semester at Sea people before reaching the rest of the family. Everyone was cracking up...it was hilarious! When we got there, all the kids took turns pushing baby Cole in the stroller.
Ice cream was delicious—I had apple cinnamon and chocolate. We stayed in the beautiful area by the ship that had a beach, sailboats parked at a pier, rocks to climb on, a putting green for mini golf, a skateboarding park, and people biking in a special biking lane. ...
Andy headed off early for his first day of meetings at Helsinki Uni which apparently went well and the boys got some homework done. After lunch together at the flat we set off to go to Suomenlinna island, just 20 mins away by ferry from the city. Unfortunately we missed the ferry so walked through the food market to kill time - hot food for sale of all types inc fish and seafood as well as bratwurst and heaps of fresh berries. We ...