although the germans don't actually celebrate the 30th of april as we do, the whole city was full of life out on the streets all evening.
but what i disliked was all the tobacco. they should take example of thailand where national campaigns have been successful. the only people there i saw smoking where farangs, foreigners.
the bars looked however cosy and chill unlike many of our drunken places ;)
i appreciate finnish safety, but forbidding candles (in many situations) is too much.
where is the ambiance in a sterile and perfectly safe place?
bringing arts and culture to hospitals, schools and backyards adds life quality.