Hilton Helsinki Kalastajatorppa
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... departures/arrivals board were from everywhere. Even though I fancy myself as a bit of a traveler, I didn't recognize the names of several destinations on the extensive listing.
Again as I had heard, German airport security was extremely thorough. Besides the usual scanning, I was treated to a "pat down" that lasted a few minutes. The gentleman showed a sense of humour and spoke good English but he used his wand and fingers in amazing ways!
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... way to commute along with walking. The days have been beautifully clear and warm, low 20s.
Got our bearings after the cruise back from Estonia with a hop on hop off bus trip. We like them because they quickly give you a sense of the city and what is important to explore further. This trip though was not without mishap when we collided with a tram and the windows back from where we were sitting exploded. No one was hurt but ...
... Soumenlinna today which is a World Heritage Listed fortress from the 1700's. Very nice island to walk around. Some beautiful buildings and parks......and cannons in the fortress walls. I do like cannons! Catching the ferry back was extremely relaxing but, at 15-20 minutes, was not nearly long enough. Back in Helsinki, we walked to the Russian Orthodox Cathedral (Uspenskin Katedraali) - which was quite amazing - ...
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 ...
My family's second Finnish exchange student Pilvi, who lived with us in 94/95, lives very close to the Uskali's, so we met her and her husband Iikka for dinner. Pilvi made a reservation at a restaurant, Pinella, right on the river in downtown Turku. Pekka and Anneli joined us and we had a great time. Pilvi brought her photo album from her year in the US and I was mortified to see pictures of my 15-year-old self. It was fun to ...