Bed & Breakfast Palo

Rantakatu 20, Naantali, Western Finland, 21100, Finland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rantakatu 20, Naantali, is near Moominworld (Muumimaailma).
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Travel Blogs from Naantali

An Island with a Past

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 29, 2014

8 photos

... they were brought in by the Russians and the locals thought their luck was in, seeing long hair and pigtails and embroidered coats, from a distance they thought that the Russians were importing women!

Having explored, the rest of the afternoon and evening was spent in and around the boat, soaking in the sunshine and enjoying the lovely, warm air. Then it was another episode of 'Honourable Woman’ to puzzle over and ...

Chilling Out

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 28, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... fizzy grapefruit juice with a bit of gin added, doesn’t sound much but it is widely drunk. It is not cheap however, we bought 12 x 50ml cans and were astounded when we were asked to pay €44! That’s €7 a litre for a bit of well, lemonade but with 5% gin added. Still, it’s done now and it is a nice, cooling drink. Better than tomato juice, which is what I am having ...

Naantali & a traditional Finnish sea cottage

A travel blog entry by bmbobel on Jul 17, 2014

19 photos

... t been able to locate them either. They lived way out in the countryside and it took many dead ends and wrong roads (even using a GPS!) before we finally ended up on a dirt road that Colin recognized. He thinks he saw the house, but we weren't sure so didn't stop.

We wove our way back to the town and drove around a bit trying to find a parking spot. Naantali's a busy place in the summer!! We finally parked and headed to the waterfront. ...

At last, I've seen inside a Bowman 45!

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 12, 2012

2 photos

... the lee of an island, the channel was 20 yards wide and the wind was non-existent to on the nose and whilst we only had 40 yards or so to go before we could free off and sail in amore downwind direction, our leeway (downwind drift) was such that we would most definitely hit a rock, just by the cardinal mark. That was when I started the engine just to nudge us through. I also used the engine once again, to get us past a chain ferry which ...

Viking Line

A travel blog entry by fabiolepre on Jul 30, 2011

4 photos

The ship bound for Stockholm is a great luxury. It has eight floors that alternate between restaurants, pubs, conference rooms, cabins, supermarket, discos, sauna, gym, does not lack anything.
After the ship leaves its port, fully enjoy the view from the bridge that has more of Stockholm and its many islands that surround ...