Fjallhauserdorf Iso-Syote

Address: 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

Colder in NYC than here in Lapland

A travel blog entry by mjozwell on Mar 06, 2015

17 photos

Not only did we survive the New York snow storms we also survived the late night subway train from JFK to Manhattan.
For the first time on this 4 month trip I felt a little nervous while riding the NYC subway. We have used buses, trains, taxis, aeroplanes, minivans, collectivos, bicitaxis, boats and ferries but not once did I have any fear inside while travelling on these modes of transport. It was ...

Lapin' It Up In Lapland

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Jan 24, 2015

14 photos

... dinner at the lodge restaurant. I have whitefish tartar followed by a reindeer steak that is as tender as a good filet mignon. Similar taste to beef but not quite the same.

I have been enjoying watching BBC World News for the few days that I have been here and I finish my day watching the developments in the Ukraine.

On Sunday the skis were due back by noon so after breakfast I did that and then continued on to town in a warm minus ...

Finnish Basics - Saunas and Skiing

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Jan 23, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... into the town is far from imaginative or attractive. The dominant building style is purely utilitarian. Most buildings are 3 or 4 storeys tall and boxlike. The streets are not on a grid pattern although I don't detect any landforms preventing that.

Most of the people in the streets are making their way between stores. There are two main shopping malls, both small. Of course, McDonald's has a prominent location across ...

66 Degrees 33 Minutes 7 Seconds North Latitude

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Jan 21, 2015

2 comments, 6 photos

... for quite a while before going our separate ways. While at the bar I also met an ex-pat Canadian who worked for Helsinki University, polishing the English for Finnish scholars publishing in the English language. His name is John and he grew up in Montreal. He has been working for the university for 20 years.

Ready for my first meal of the day despite the fact that it was almost 8 p.m., I walked to a restaurant near my hotel called Manala ...

Land of lakes and trees and clear air

A travel blog entry by elohim on Mar 14, 2014

3 photos

... Karelian traditions.

In our group there were also two Finns one of whom had a very sonorous voice. We asked him to read something out of the Kalevala that is said to have typical untranslatable rhyme schemes - beautiful! Without understanding a word I enjoyed listening very much. Since hoping for someone to post a read-out on Youtube (maybe on the creation of the world and with subtitles).

Nearby ...