Hotel Iso-Syote

Address: Iso-Syote, Lapland, 93280, Finland | Hotel
 
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      Lapin' It Up In Lapland

      A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Jan 24, 2015

      14 photos

      ... way home from work! My hotel is another apartment style place and the lift is right out of "The Grand Budapest Hotel"

      Dropping my stuff off in my room I headed for a restaurant called The Fish Market that I noticed when I was in Helsinki last week. The meal was great in every respect - environment, service, food presentation, taste.

      I was back in my room by 9:30 and read a bit before hitting the sack.







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      Finnish Basics - Saunas and Skiing

      A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Jan 23, 2015

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... into the town is far from imaginative or attractive. The dominant building style is purely utilitarian. Most buildings are 3 or 4 storeys tall and boxlike. The streets are not on a grid pattern although I don't detect any landforms preventing that.

      Most of the people in the streets are making their way between stores. There are two main shopping malls, both small. Of course, McDonald's has a prominent location across ...

      Warm sunny days

      A travel blog entry by mjozwell on Jul 24, 2014

      ... for me, purely for the characterful and honest old lady. Strongly recommend if anyone is in Posio.


      Within the next couple of days we head off north for a few hundred kilometers to Tromso-Norway.
      From here the real test for Banksy will start, we will drive the entire length of Norway through tunnels, over bridges and over several mountain passes which include the scary one featured on Top Gear, Trollstigen.

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      Land of lakes and trees and clear air

      A travel blog entry by elohim on Mar 14, 2014

      3 photos

      ... Karelian traditions.

      In our group there were also two Finns one of whom had a very sonorous voice. We asked him to read something out of the Kalevala that is said to have typical untranslatable rhyme schemes - beautiful! Without understanding a word I enjoyed listening very much. Since hoping for someone to post a read-out on Youtube (maybe on the creation of the world and with subtitles).

      Nearby ...

      Don't trespass the border zone

      A travel blog entry by elohim on Mar 13, 2014

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      A buffer between the political border of the EU to Russia is called the border zone, varying 2 to 20 km. The Russian buffer is said to be 40 km in average except for some larger villages. This zone is marked with wooden stabs in yellow mark. Border guards patrol along these stabs regularly and kindly prepared large parts of our track this way. But behold: you must not step into the ...