Cityhotel Seinajoki

Address: Kalevankatu 2, Seinajoki, Western Finland, 60100, Finland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Kalevankatu 2, Seinajoki.
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Travel Blogs from Seinajoki

Staying in the countryside.

A travel blog entry by linda.g on Jul 06, 2015

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... have holiday homes on the coast or around lakes. After a food stop, it was back to the wharf area. I visited the Kuntsi Art Museum which is in a well preserved old building next to the wharf. They had an interesting, if somewhat small, collection of art works. We had drinks and dinner at an open air restaurant close by, and felt lucky it hadn't rained all day, despite the heavy cloud cover ...

Travelling further north

A travel blog entry by linda.g on Jul 03, 2015

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... off for the Vaasa area. It was my turn to drive - a few silly moments of turning on the windscreen wipers instead of the blinkers, and changing gears with my right hand, however, we got here ok. We had a stop in a small coastal town, Rauma, which had an Old Town with many timber houses around a central square. Bit like Porvoo. We are staying in an old farm complex in the countryside. We'll explore Vaasa & the surrounding areas in the next few ...

The rain in Finland stays mainly on us

A travel blog entry by jockinese on Aug 10, 2011

... offices closed at weekend B - Nothing open till 12 on a Sunday unless it's a church C - Unless it's a sport it's not really tourism D - Petrol is ALL Self Service (Good for looters) E - Village Shop is actully an Outlet Mall F - Scenery is lovely but not many hills G - The Finnish are nice people Hopefully more luck with technology at next ...

Sport for All (not us though)

A travel blog entry by jockinese on Aug 06, 2011

... to keep sun off her neck however it will also double to keep her warm if the weather stays the same. Been shopping. Fergus got excited when he thought lots of shops sold beer only to be disappointed to find out ALE is SALE in Finnish. Nakemiin (That's Finnish for Goodbye) and, Pete, it's at the end this ...

Encounters in Finland

A travel blog entry by felixandfloss on Aug 10, 2010

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... that in five years or so I’m not going to remember the rain and getting wet, having to wait and wait for repairs and constant breakdowns - well I might remember all that but nowhere near as much as I will remember the beautiful scenery, the good food, how happy we were together, and the kindness of friends and strangers. It’s just so hard in the moment to take myself back to the happy parts, I get so deeply bogged down in the misery of the moment. So right in ...