Cityhotel Seinajoki

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

Julie's First Swim

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 25, 2014

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... to. By 17:45 we too were safely berthed, with 0.4m under the keel. The water was quite green, very freshwater-like but despite that, we were too hot to worry about it and we both swam, the temperature being 22.5°C, so quite refreshing. Later, I went to explore a little and found a really fine communal cooking hut (for want of a better word (see photo)) but there was no honesty box apparent so it looked like we could stay for nothing.


60's revisited

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 24, 2014

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... to see the town, which reminded us in parts to Virginia, Maryland or Massachusetts or somewhere, we were on a mission. I believe I mentioned previously that in Vaasa we tried unsuccessfully to buy chart 'E', the chart of the Finnish coast that takes us down to…. Chart ‘D’ which we already have (this includes the western tip of Finland plus the Åland islands). Now we could manage without it but it is good practice and indeed easier, if you have large paper charts ...

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


... lay their whispering so as to not keep Kim awake in the tent next tot us, trying to sort through some of the thoughts in my head.

This morning we woke to the sound of rain still pattering on the tent roof. We packed up anyway and headed over to the house of our new Finnish friends with the camper-van, Ari and Mari and their two boys, who had by now returned home. They welcomed us so warmly and in no time at all we were feeling much better - after a long hot shower, ...