Hilton Helsinki Kalastajatorppa
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... we both have super powers, as we both speak two not common languages, Finnish and Slovenian :))) Well, now this super power girl needs to relax a bit, have some dinner (bought at the local supermarket where I did not understand a word, but still managed to get stuff), then head off to the airport. There is a almost 12 hours flight ahead of me! And finally I will be able to hug my friend Alice in Singapore! Stay tuned and don't forget to EnJoy!!! ...
... was grown in them. The gardens seemed to go on for ages, each section beautifully kept. The fountain only goes for a few months of the year due to the weather. The water is frozen most of the year. Again we struck an unseasonably warm day.
Unfortunately we weren’t allowed to take any photos inside. The inside was highly decorated with gold leaf. Gold was everywhere. Now don’t die of shock ….Geoff bought a book!!!! So he could show how it ...
... midnight yesterday! We went to a breed dinner organised by the Finnish Lapphund Club that didn't finish until 11pm, then the tram we were on decided to go to the depot, rather than follow the regular route! We eventually took a bus which was heading for the central train station so we could catch something back to our apartment, then I realised it was going down our street and we managed to get off on time and finally into ...
... get water, you had to tilt the pot toward you until water came out of the spout. I loved it!
After lunch, we had a few hours of free time to explore and shop before heading back to the ferry to return back to Finland. I got some pretty cool stuff to bring home but again, can’t ruin the surprise for some people. One noteworthy event that happened when we arrived back at the ferry terminal in Finland was when I was on the flat escalator going on a downward slant. ...
... to go to. There is something particularly spiritual about the connection between the rock and its creator.
We then set off to the other side of town to visit the market, a series of stalls selling all manner of goods, fruits, vegetables, and fish – both cooked and fresh. On the way we walked through the central park which was filled with people, both tourists and locals, enjoying the beautiful day…sitting on benches, chairs, the grass and just ...