Fjallhauserdorf Iso-Syote

Pudasjarvi Finnland, Pudasjarvi, Oulu Province, Finland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Pudasjarvi Finnland, Pudasjarvi.
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Travel Blogs from Pudasjarvi

First full day with Mom

A travel blog entry by kellypeachey on Aug 09, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... Walked down the road to visit Elina, (her children have been Moms friends since they were little kids) she is 93. Kristina, Sanna, Sirka, Yka and Heiki were there also. Just came back from picking 4 litres of raspberries. Definitely needed Fay and Tammy here to help. Mom is preparing fresh salmon and hot veges for dinner. I am eating very well. We will have a sauna after ...

Helsinki to Rovaniemi

A travel blog entry by kellypeachey on Aug 08, 2014

14 photos

... hungry so we went to subway then picked up some groceries. Moms place is just perfect. The flowers and lawns are so pretty. Had a coffee and some black bread. So good! Called Rodney and the kids. Mom and I went for a walk and saw a reindeer behind her house. They are so goofy looking. So peaceful here. We picked our veges out of the garden for dinner tonight. It's getting a little cloudy, had a little ...

Warm sunny days

A travel blog entry by mjozwell on Jul 24, 2014

... what made the house visit special was the 91 year old lady who gave us a personal tour. She used to live in this house and told us stories from the war time and how she remembered Marja's dad as a child. She said he (Marja's dad) was asked by the soldiers to look after the rations while they went for lunch and coffee. He would stand protective and proud until they returned. Visiting this small and private museum was a great hi-light ...

Hello to Santa - Part 1

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 20, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... was Umea, which was a fair distance away, I would still take an hour long detour to see Santa's Village in the Arctic Circle, one of the major tourist attractions of Finland. I'm sure it's amazing in winter when there's snow everywhere, but even still it was pretty good with lots of little cafes and tourist shops. Just across the Arctic Circle marker is "Santa's Place" and saying hello to Santa is free so why not? Unfortunately you're not allowed ...

Heading North

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 19, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... random roads in that vicinity. Eventually I found a road across a wetlands with a sign at the end indicating where walking tracks started - and no one was around so I set up camp. If my first campsite in France had a lot of sandflies, this place has an equal number of mosquitoes. In fact there are so many that I'm going to skip cooking dinner tonight - I'll just get eaten alive - and I'll have a nice breakfast in town tomorrow ...