Break Sokos Hotel Levi
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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The holiday came to an end and although Manchester Airport had to close for one day while we were away due to snow, Kittila Airport stayed open the whole week even though we had had a metre of snow!! We boarded the plane in Kittila Airport and took off on an ice rink once again. Manchester, UK here we come!!
The end of a holiday of a lifetime. We were sad to leave the country of 'Lakes and Forests', but one day I know we will return for another Finnish ...
... direction, while helping ourselves to reindeer steak, reindeer sausage, roasted vegetables, jacket potatoes, mashed potatoes and garlic potatoes. It was quite a feast. Next came the pudding…pancakes with blueberries, my favourite. The meal was finished off with a nice cup of tea or coffee. It was a great night with a great atmosphere, what a great way to end the holiday.
Now it was time to ...
We had kept Friday daytime free of activities as we had a night booked at the Snow Hotel, in Lainio, Lapland. Stocked up with food, we waited for our taxi to the Snow Village, 45 minutes outside of Levi in Lainio.
This Snow Hotel and Village was built for the 14th time this Winter out of ice from the nearby Lainio River. The Snow Village is built every year using 350,000 kilograms of ice and plenty of snow. It is built in November time when the snow ...
... and eyebrows but exhilarating at the same time. This weather is seriously out to kill you!
Bought enough for a quick supper and things for breakfast and walked back. It probably only took <10 minutes but it felt longer....
I checked the aurora watch web site but the levels were too low and even though it was a clear night it was unlikely that we would see anything.
The cottage has under floor heating, the beds were comfortable and we finally crashed about ...
... them, breeds them and manages the tourist safaris. The dogs are Siberian huskies (pure bred), samoids (pure breds) and Alaskan huskies (a term used for any mixed breed working dog). They were beautifully looked after and really loved running. In fact, they paid little heed to the brakes!
The kids were all loaded into sleds with 4-6 kids in a single file, pulled by 6 dogs. The adults were 2 to a sled with 6 dogs. Kirky and I took it in turns to drive our sled. It ...