Hotel Kajaani

Address: 1, Onnelantie, Kajaani, Oulu Province, FI-87100, Finland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1, Onnelantie, Kajaani.
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Travel Blogs from Kajaani

Recovery day

A travel blog entry by julesinfinland on Jul 20, 2014

Basically the only exciting thing to report is that we had breakfast at NOON. WHAT THE. I hope the house was not offended. Or lonely at 8am, when we didn't wake up.

We did also have a lovely lunch at Koskelo with Maggie before having to say goodbye to her. It was great fun having her over! We played lots of card games too, and Maggie taught us a new one to add to our repertoire.

Another day, some more catch ups

A travel blog entry by julesinfinland on Jul 15, 2014

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Once we got home from Partaharju, Antti and I left to have afternoon tea with Doris, my host grandma and also family of Antti's. She bought us two lovely moomin mugs for our engagementand we had coffee and lots of yummy cakes and biscuits. We also bought Doris a small box of chocolates a gift and we did have a laugh when she bought out the same box to give to us as a present, we had all picked the same ...

Tiinan rippijuhlat

A travel blog entry by julesinfinland on Jul 13, 2014

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Today was Tiina's confirmation day!
It was a lovely warm day filled with food and lots of family.
In the morning we headed to the church for the actual "confirmation" and that was cool as I had never been to a confirmation ceremony ...


A travel blog entry by julesinfinland on Jul 11, 2014

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... of a party! Eeva was such a darl and had got some pink sparkling for some silly speeches and she made us all some yummy nachos. Eeva also made the most delicious sangria ever.

Seru and Joona also came around for the celebrations for a while. We played Card against humanity and was just generally frivolous and party like. ...

Bye bye, Rob and Rob

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 11, 2014

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... on the walls and ceilings, truly a special place. The paintings show the Creation, through the Old Testament to the suffering of Christ. The best preserved - the Last Judgement - had been covered up, as it was thought to be too distressing to the congregation! (Bliss of the children of God and the pains of Hell). Camped beside a lake in the forest. Almost 4 wheel driving as we were on skidoo tracks in the sand. Beautiful reflections in the ...