Crazy Reindeer Hotel
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Our second day started early with our welcome meeting from Inghams. Having never been on this sort of holiday before, we thought it was better to book through a travel company and Inghams could not have been better. They looked after us from the moment they picked us up from the airport to the moment they dropped us off on the way home. They …
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 ...
... Sami way of eating, with food cooked on an open fire pit and people helping themselves to food. It was a huge contrast to the night before, from freezing cold, to lovely and warm and snug.
The Kammi hut was a self-contained hut accessed to the rear of the Rock Café. It was a very traditional wooden hut with a bar and a fire pit in the centre with all the tables and chairs round the outside. ...
... 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 ...
... hot chocolates and cakes. All in all a very relaxing day.
Tea time arrived and today we had tea in the Restaurant Ammila. This was a very lovely traditional Finnish Restaurant. Apparently Ammila means 'Grandma's Place' in Finnish. It was very homely and cosy. We had the buffet tea, but I cannot help but think I would have enjoyed something off the menu more. However, the pudding was delicious, I had two helpings!! We stayed here after our tea for some more cocktails before ...