City Hotel Rovaniemi
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We got up this morning needing to get to the bus station by 0845hrs so we had breakfast (included in the hotel) in the Monte Rosa restaurant. So it appears the Monte Rosa and the Bull bar at our hotel are in most guide books and recommended in most information brochures. They do put on a good spread for breakfast. They had meatballs, sausages, …
This morning we got up and packed all our luggage up and caught the tram and local bus 615 out to the airport for our 1205 flight to Rovaniemi. The flight was very short, only 1hr 5 mins in the air. Just long enough for me to have a French red wine and Wolfy to have a Cognac. Once landed we missed the Airport Shuttle bus so we caught a taxi (a BMW …
... to 58 Euros. Not cheap but very satisfying. After that it was a short walk home for a sauna before bed - a proper Finnish for the day.
It's January 21 and a travel day as I walked to Central Station to get the bus to the airport. All goes smoothly and my flight to Rovaniemi on the Arctic Circle takes off on schedule at 1:15 p.m. An hour later we are touching down at our destination. The airport terminal is expectedly small with a single ...
... a removable lining it would probably be too warm for New Zealand, they are after all designed for the Arctic.
We waited for Katja to come home from work to let her in (we had her door key) and then took Nena out for a walk. We intended walking a loop around the block, but relented when Nena wanted to walk through a forest park. We ended up walking round in a figure of eight, but we got see a few more streets and managed to stay of the busier main roads.
... the two young women behind the information desk having no idea about the certificates, what shops or exhibitions were open, what facilities were available at the village or even how to speak Finnish. Maria politely but firmly guided them through their jobs before we headed off for the big moment: meeting the jolly man in the red suit. Walking in to Father Christmas' lair, we became privy to the world's best-kept secret. He uses a device known as the Earth's rotational ...