Hilton Helsinki Kalastajatorppa
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Jacobs Creek. Thank god we’re only here for four days otherwise Julie would start to seek out black market New Zealand sauvignon blanc via the Russian mafia.
· Finns consume large quantities of beer.
· Wine might be expensive but salmon is not. We have had a couple of inexpensive meals from street stalls down by the port….including salmon paella and beautiful grilled salmon with roasted potatoes and vegetables. lja
... through the various forms of security all of the heathrow staff seemed to want a cuddle with the added bonus of being whisked through all queues! We needn't have been concerned about Orla on the plane as she took it all in her stride and played and slept throughout the journey. Kate had a reindeer sandwich. I had plane crisps. When were getting off the plane we waited till last. The stewardess asked where we were a transferring to ...
... has remained independent and is now a member of the European Union.
Landing in Helsinki, we took a city bus into town. It dropped us off at the train station and wearing backpacks and pulling suitcases, we walked to our Scandic Hotel. Scandic is a large, mid-price hotel chain and the Nordic region’s largest hotel chain. It helped us to show loyalty during a ...
... text just as I was walking to dinner to let me know he was home from work and that I could arrive any time, so once I'd finished dinner I rode out of town for 20 minutes to his apartment. He lives in a block of apartments for students of the nearby university, and he has a brand new studio apartment with his bed, the pull out bed, the kitchen and the eating area in the one open plan room. It's cosy, but it's nice, and he's very hospitable. When I ...
... Belge to avoid the rain downpour that came on pretty suddenly. ( So far Helsinki weather is not unlike Melbourne, sunny and t shirt weather one minute and pouring rain and cold the next. Once the rain eased, keeping the umbrella handy, I wandered down to the Kauppatori (market square) where they sell all sorts of fruit sand vegetables and souvenirs and the usual market fair. There is also lots of fish/ seafood restaurants in ...