Hilton Helsinki Kalastajatorppa
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... are not immediately obvious and it took us about half a day to discover that the escalators not only take you down to the Metro but to kilometres of shops.
Interesting things I now know about Finland:
- With a population of five million the country has twenty two government run universities all free.
ˇ The only place I know where you can buy a half a glass of wine. Partly because wine is a luxury….. . $20 AUD for ...
... around the city to explore Helsinki’s countless delights.
Helsinki Hop-On Hop-Off Tour Stops:
- Senate Square
- Olympia Terminal (Tallink Silja)
- Café Ursula
- Flea Market
- Swedish Theatre
- Market Square
- Senate Square
- Sokos Department Store
- Temppeliaukio Church
- Sibelius monument
- Helsinki Olympic Stadium
- National Museum, Parliament House and Helsinki Music ...
... all was wet but the sun was shining. It was my chance to see buildings I hadn't yet seen in good weather at the city center and Kamppi.
ATENEUM ART MUSEUM
KIASMA MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
HELSINKI MUSIC CENTER
Musicians were getting ready to perform for free (classical music) as part ...
... and proceeded to send the emails and Facebook posts that didn't want to be SENT on the ship's wifi. Success, and we received a couple of emails that we hadn't seen earlier. Just acknowledgments, really. Lots of Islands around these parts too. A real yachting/boating couture; and today's weather has turned out to be spectacular for this part of the world. I'm sure the sailors out on the harbour will be draining a few Biers tonight ...
... 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 ...