Hotel Atlas Kuopio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We went to the Rauhalahti Holiday village outside Kuopio for a couple of days where we stayed in a cabin - a beautiful cabin with pine floors, walls, and ceilings. All sparkling clean. I was drawn to this location by the large, traditional sauna that gets fired up twice a week and stands on the banks of the lake. There are also the more common saunas that ...
... went to check it out. Unfortunately there was a function on that day so we weren't able to have a sauna. We drove to the top of a hill to see the famous Kuopio tower and ski jumps, but the weather was so gloomy we couldn't see much. Although the trip was a minor disaster because we didn't get to see any of the attractions it was still an amazingly fun trip. The drive home was full of dancing, laughing, lollies, sleeping and ...
... Helsinki. There is not much here at the moment. It is surrounded by lakes on 3 sides, so there is a lot of water. The main square here is going to be very incredible someday and nearly the size of a football field, but as of now, it is under renovation. There are fences everywhere near to it. In 3 months time, this will be one of the most impressive squares I have ever ...
... at the hotel. Food was of a good standard, 3 course - pate, salmon & veg and lingonberries with cream yummo. Not good for the weight though.
Awake early as it is so light. Went for a walk at around 5am down around the lake, it was picture perfect got some amazing photos of the lake with the reflections in it. Back to the hotel for brekky and pack up ready for a 7.30am start for the day. ...
... began to dawn on me, like a jigsaw finally coming together. This life was all well and good for a time, but as happy as I was living from the now to the now what would I contribute with my life? What could I achieve without setting my sights on a goal?
I thanked ‘Aaron’ for his time and got up to leave the Israeli camp. A new found clarity was manifesting within me as I walked down the grass path towards the main camp. It was time to leave the ...