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Baltic Cruise - Copenhagen to Helsinki
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Amsterdam

Bikes on the canal where we stayed before the cruise.

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Copenhagen

The Nyhavn, or new harbour, was built in the 17th century. It is packed with restaurants, cafes and beer gardens.

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Copenhagen

The little mermaid. It is kind of like the Mona Lisa - when you finally see it, you wonder what all the fuss was about.

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Copenhagen

Rosenborg Palace, home of the Danish crown jewels and other 'treasures of the royal family'.

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Copenhagen

One of the four buildings of Amalienborg Palace, residence of the Danish royal family.

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Copenhagen

Hans Christian Andersen himself watching over the entrance to Tivoli Gardens.

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Stockholm

Once again we find ourselves at the market as Debbie checks out the fresh fruits and vegetables.

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Stockholm

Quiet shopping on the side streets in the old town.

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Stockholm

The Royal Palace is the largest palace in the world still used by a head of state - King Carl XVI Gustav.

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Stockholm

The ship followed the Swedish coastline for a couple of hours on our way in and out of Stockholm. It looked a lot like cottage country in Ontario.

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Helsinki

Inside the Uspenski Cathedral, the largest orthodox church in Western Europe.

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Helsinki

One way or another, we always end up at the market. Debbie checking out fur hats when it`s 25 degrees outside!

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Helsinki

The beer tram that makes a 50 minute loop around the downtown. In the back is a bar where you can pick up a beer or two to enjoy back at your seat while taking in the sights.

Page 2: St. Petersburg to Oslo

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