- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Vaasa
... 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 ...
On our way to Vassa, we happened on Lusta Museum- a museum of wood & forestry. It was some sort of special open day, with people outside the museum building doing things like riding a log like the old days when they were transported down river on the water, doing wood carving using only chain saws, extracting tar from pine logs, and dying wool with the colour from boiled roots & bark. It was such a treat to see all of this, which would not ...
... of rocks and reefs to the west, when we ran out of water just inside the mouth of the bay. I mean just inside and we almost did run out of water, the depth gauge read 0.6m when I dropped the anchor. Moreover, just a few tens of metres in towards the land, there were people frolicking in ankle deep water! In fairness, when the boat came to rest we had 1.2m, but still not exactly a great deal. To add to our discomfiture, the anchor wouldn’t bite so I decided to ...
We are so used to waking up early and given that today was yet another bright, sunny day, there was no reason for us to hang around, especially as we had a lot to do when we got to Vaasa. We had about 20 miles to cover and with little wind, we had the engine on at 07:15 and we left Djupkastet in perfectly still conditions. One last point, I said that the holding for the anchor was good, it was more than that as the anchor didn't come up covered in mud, ...
... onerous, especially as our chart plotter is so easy to use with its large display.
We had expected the islets to be relatively barren but in fact they were well-wooded, making them very attractive. It is quite a thought that these apparently permanent structures only started life as islands some 2000 years ago – before then they were all submerged. Our particular island stood out from the crowd as it had a substantial building on it, with a tower and ...