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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Meal plan
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The holiday came to an end and although Manchester Airport had to close for one day while we were away due to snow, Kittila Airport stayed open the whole week even though we had had a metre of snow!! We boarded the plane in Kittila Airport and took off on an ice rink once again. Manchester, UK here we come!!
The end of a holiday of a lifetime. We were sad to leave the country of 'Lakes and Forests', but one day I know we will return for another Finnish ...
... showed to our table and the evening started with welcome drinks. We had three courses of food which started with fish soup. Although I am not a lover of fish, the soup was ok and I ate it. Next came the main course. This is the part where we had to help ourselves to the food from the hot fire pit in the centre of the room. We all queued up in an orderly fashion and then moved around the fire in ...
... right to use as a building material and it takes just 3 weeks to complete the whole hotel and village. This year the Snow Village has 28 rooms, an ice bar and restaurant, an ice chapel and an ice slide (for children only unfortunately). The Snow Hotel and Village will be open now until the middle of April when the hotel will melt back into the Lainio River, until next November.
When we arrived at the Snow Village, we were greeted by friendly staff. We waited ...
... on David. He got the shock of life and instinctively spun round and jumped to his feet like a cat and retreated inside the sauna in double quick time… and then laughed to himself.
Saunas make you a bit peckish too but we’d eaten so much today that we settled for some cheese and biscuits, washed down with some tasty wine.
It was a nice way to end the day and our time in Lapland. Tomorrow is the start of our long journey ...
... particularly) managed to face the day instead. Katja came over with some friends who had been staying at Venejärvi and asked if we wanted to join them at the Ski Centre 'kota' (a closed shelter like a tepee with a fire pit) to cook sausages. When you’re hangover, what could be better than cooking sausages over an open fire and eating them.
Jouni, a guy who used to work with ...