Hotel Inari

Address: Inarintie 40, Inari, Lapland, 99870, Finland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Inarintie 40, Inari.
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      In awe of Aurora Borealis

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 09, 2014

      This was the first day we didn't need to be anywhere by a certain time. As a result, we almost missed breakfast. With 15 minutes to spare, we indulged in some cereal and toast, before stopping in at the Visit Inari office next door to find out what there was to do in the town. Which wasn't much. We were told that SIIDA (the Sami museum and northern Lapland cultural centre) was a must-see, but beyond that about the only thing to do was go for a walk. So, first stop, SIIDA. SIIDA told ...

      Deeper into the Arctic we go

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 08, 2014

      ... that we might not get a seat, so we headed for the train station. We arrived at 11.10am, but there was no bus. I went to ask at the counter, only to be told that was an old timetable. Instead, the bus would be leaving the bus station at 11.45am and the train station at 11.50am. We waited for half an hour in the icy cold conditions for the bus that we could have been in had we gone to the bus station first, exactly what the hotel receptionist told us to do in the first ...

      Day Trip to Kirkenes

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 10, 2014

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      ... a little, the trees became shorter and more spread out and finally they more or less disappeared, thereby affording us extensive views of this wilderness of a land.

      Within 30 km or so of Kirkenes, we all became very excited when we came across a river with a dramatic cascade of water, with a bridge crossing it, the bridge that was to take us on our homeward route, in fact. Richard and I were fortunate enough to see a salmon ...

      R&R

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 09, 2014

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      ... timed for around 13:00 when we would have lunch and then 'do’ the museum. Our boat trip was scheduled for 17:00 for two and a half hours, so we had a lot of time.

      We really liked some of the exhibits of the museum. There was one temporary exhibition on water, its’ behaviour and importance to the local environment. What particularly struck me was that the English translation of the text was fantastic, it was scientifically accurate but poetic, it was a real joy ...

      Our base for 4 days

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 08, 2014

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      ... old wood. It was located in one of the most beautiful churchyards I’ve ever seen, with graves interspersed with mature trees and blue water sparkling just beyond. An absolutely delightfully peaceful spot on a day such as today. Even the horrible mosquitoes seemed to be in less aggressive frame of mind here!

      The gallery was very enjoyable and after an initial quite negative reaction to Andreas’ paintings, their charm grew on me and I really came to like ...