Break Sokos Hotel Levi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> By mid afternoon the temperature was up to -5c, it had got warmer by 20 celcius in two days and the snow wasn't letting up either.
We were taking it easy indoors, just reading and watching television, but David was watching the snow build up again, another 8cm or so had fallen so he was back out again. No rest for the wicked!
In the early evening we were starting to get hungry and couldn't be bothered to cook so ...
... underfloor heating was broken so we'd had to switch it off last night and despite it being 15c warmer outside, we could feel the chill in the cabin. David lit a fire in hearth to heat the cabin up.
The remainder of the morning and the daylight hours of the afternoon were spent watching television and reading before we donned on warm clothes for a walk. We went down to the village and had a look round the shops, David is keen to buy a jacket, ...
Maria's dad, Janne, drove us to the ski resort which meant we could both have our boots on ready. The cold was countered with six layers of clothing on upper body and a triple layer for the legs - it felt a bit like being the Michelin Man, but we were warm.
Although it was so cold, without wind it was surprisingly comfortable and we could get away without wearing goggles. Even though the slopes are floodlit, with the fading ...
... only steered us into a wall of snow at the side of road and we all laughed as hard as our frozen faces would allow.
We left the roads behind for the relative safety of the lake. The lake is frozen solid over winter and solid enough for walkers, cross country skiers and even snow mobiles. The only part of the lake not frozen is a small hole next to the sauna where brave/crazy people will have a dip in the icy water to cool down during their sauna session. Out in ...
... Czech beer, Kozel, on tap) while Maria went for a warming Minttu kaakao (a hot chocolate with a generous measure of mint liquor in it).
The bar started to get really busy and it turned out it was because Finnish guitarist/singer Mikko Alatalo was playing. He used to be very popular in Finland and everyone seemed to know of him and were singing along, some were even up dancing.
After his set, the bar emptied pretty quick ...