No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Smoking rooms available
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotelli Emilia Haemeenlinna
Travel Blogs from Haemeenlinna
... 8211; students had to do a lot of work in groups and present their results in the end (‘Popcorn-method’) ;-).
Anyway: it is very interesting to follow and interpret the non-verbal behavior: eventhough I did not understand one word, I somehow understood, what they were talking about.
During lunch I met Marti and Heikki. I had again salad, bread with butter and today some kind ...
Spent the afternoon in a finish conference (had my 'personal translator') where they discussed best practices in e-learning. They therefore used the method we call ‘Stationenbetrieb’. It was interesting and I had the chance to see HAMK main-building (VISAMÄKI campus), its auditorium and seminar rooms.
In the end I had ...
Teacher Education Unit
A nice guy from University (a boy that does his civilian service at HAMK instead of military service) picked me up at the Hotel. Sari was already waiting and I got a 'survival kit' with an umbrella in it, which I didn’t need today because Sara was my personal guide and she showed me interesting places in ...
... gears, but it hasn't been too bad. Once I forgot to have my foot on the clutch when I went to start the car & it jumped a bit before the brake stopped it, but only once. We have a little 1.6 engine Kia Cerado. Our car has a little boot - but we don't have much luggage. Nearly all the other cars we've seen here are hatchbacks, station wagons or 4WD. Very few sedans. By the time we came out of the Helsinki Museum it was raining quite a lot, and that ...
... priest. Here the Lutheran clergy are called "priests" and the Church is closer to the Catholic church than to European protestant churches. Marya told us about her family life growing up with her parents being dairy farmers outside Kemi, Finland. Her husband is a computer programmer for a steel mill near Kemi. She is an elementary schoolteacher. So much of Finland looks like Minnesota north of the Twin Cities and ...