From St. Petersburg to Helsinki on the cruise ship Princess Maria, I left the dock and didn't know where to go, so I had to smoke at the door and so on. At that time an old man came to smoke, and only the two of us said hello. He asked me where I came from and I answered that I had just come from China and had just got off the ship in St. Petersburg. He said that as soon as he went to Tallinn, he would live in Helsinki. By the way, I asked if there was a hotel near here. He pointed to the tram parked in front, which meant to take a bus. I just thank him. Suddenly he took a ticket to me and said no more money. He urged me to get on the bus and say that the bus was leaving soon. I took my luggage and said goodbye to him. I asked the driver of the car to say that the ticket was OK. The driver was very enthusiastic and said OK. When I asked where I could find the hotel, she immediately counted seven stops. After getting off, she looked back to see if I got off. I rushed to the front of the car and asked her if she was here. She nodded hard and said thank her for driving. When I looked around, I saw a hotel with WiFi after staying. I knew I was living opposite the railway station. After lunch, I went to the railway station. It felt so good. Europe's railway stations are open, as I knew earlier, without waiting in line, checking in line, and going directly to your car with your ticket passport. The platform and the street are all connected. The station building is just a business place for service and rest. It is too humanized and convenient. The weather is changeable in this season. It's windy, rainy and cold. But when I meet people's enthusiasm, it makes my mood steaming. Helsinki I'll come back to my old place again.