Cumulus Kemi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... connect with the wider world. The rain has stopped and the sun is out and so we can sit out and enjoy a glass of wine, our dinner and the company of numerous midges and of course the scent of anti-mosquito spirals that burn slowly and deter the ...
It's such a great feeling when you wake up thinking you have been asleep for days, your batteries are recharged and you're ready for anything...it's not so great once you realise you have only been asleep for two hours and it's midnight. Jet lag is a curse for a lot of long haul travellers and there was no exception here - after seven hours, I had counted all the sheep in New Zealand and sleep was no closer, so time to ...
It came as a bit of a surprise but we slept through until 6:30am, perhaps the jet lag will hit in a day or two. It was still dark but a little warmer than last night, only minus seven today. Some porridge and strong 'kahvi' (coffee) got the day off to a good start and gave enough motivation to venture outside and test the warmth of the new down jackets. After a quick walk round ...
Kemi was REALLY EXPENSIVE. REALLY REALLY EXPENSIVE. ALMOST REDICULOUSLY EXPENSIVE. It was rather smelly here because of the massive pulp factories and it was also raining the second day I was there so everything started to melt and it was just slush everywhere. The 'Ice Hotel' was alright for what it was but it really didn't compare to the Ice Hotel in Jukkasjarvi. Not my greatest ...
... Margaret's sister and her husband in North Carolina. Her mother was just baptized December 22, 2007 in North Carolina. This past fall the Doh's were to come to Estonia for the Feast of Tabernacles. We had planned this almost a year in advance. It would not have been a particularly long trip that involved a train ride to Helsinki, a ferry to Tallinn and then a bus to Tartu. We were waiting for them in Tartu -- but they didn't come and we were very concerned. We ...