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... was moved to Asia) but Kone has done very well too (many elevators and escalators in NZ are built by them). Finn’s love saunas and a high proportion of houses have one. Most of the little cottage looking buildings we could see from the water were sauna’s next to a house. Oh and no one wears togs or uses a towel in a Finnish sauna - it’s strictly “au naturelle”.
After our return to ...
... looks different when it rains.
I will try to take a city tour tomorrow morning to familiarize myself with the area. I could also either go to a concert or a play in the evening. I had wanted to go on a boat tour but if the weather is bad it might not be pleasant. I'm hoping I can go on at least one day trip.
I'll keep it short. I need to sleep and make it an early morning.
Hyvaa yota (HUU-vaa UU-eu-ta)Hilda in ...
I love reading Kath McCormick's travel blog so I thought I'd give it a go. I'm only in Helsinki for a couple of days and that only by accident of a nicely priced airline ticket courtesy of Finnair. But I'm really looking forward to making the most of these couple of days with a full schedule. What I knew about Finland before I got here. 1. If Somalia is the world's most failed state ...
Alcohol is much cheaper in the Baltics than it is in Finland, so the ship was full of people wheeling enormous shopping carts full of crates of liquor back with them. Really quite funny.
One of the funniest moments on the ferry ride was when Alex went to order a baked potato and was asked if he wanted it topped with shrimp or reindeer. Which is how he ended up eating reindeer on a Finnish ferry boat on the way to Helsinki.
The ride took about ...
... Germany. The two cities are similar in that they are both surrounded by fortified walls with ramparts on top. Ramparts are covered walkways on the walls. They also both have museums of medieval torture devices. Anyway, the town was so charming with all the typical things I love in an old European city—cobblestones, windy, narrow streets and fun shops and cafes and beautiful churches.
We visited what our tour guide said was the oldest pharmacy in the world, ...