Hotel Jeris

Address: Jerisjarventie 91, Muonio, Lapland, 99300, Finland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Jerisjarventie 91, Muonio.
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Travel Blogs from Muonio

Snow Day

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 30, 2014

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... In the cabin, it was back to relaxing with the television and a bit of blogging, we're actually way behind publishing but our excuse at the moment is that we don't have Internet access.

We still had more continental cheeses left over from the other night, so we got them out for late evening snack to go with the remainder of our Christmas Glögi, the 21% ABV bottle. You need to be a bit careful how much of that you drink at one ...

Back to the Ice Hole

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 29, 2014

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... hydrated. After the sauna, everyone heads to the nearby Selvä Pyy for beer club part of the evening. We were given a Finnish IPA, a Danish APA and finally a trappist monk beer. The first two were nice, but the last beer was weird, really strong and tasted of bananas so we decided to have a couple of Fullers winter ale's afterwards to take the taste out our mouths.

While David was out, Maria was finishing off creating photo books from a few years ...

On the Slopes Again

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 28, 2014

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... Eve.

Maria's dad, Janne, drove us to the ski resort which meant we could both have our boots on ready. The cold was countered with six layers of clothing on upper body and a triple layer for the legs - it felt a bit like being the Michelin Man, but we were warm.

Although it was so cold, without wind it was surprisingly comfortable and we could get away without wearing goggles. Even though the slopes are floodlit, with the fading ...

A Walk in the Cold

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 27, 2014

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... only steered us into a wall of snow at the side of road and we all laughed as hard as our frozen faces would allow.

We left the roads behind for the relative safety of the lake. The lake is frozen solid over winter and solid enough for walkers, cross country skiers and even snow mobiles. The only part of the lake not frozen is a small hole next to the sauna where brave/crazy people will have a dip in the icy water to cool down during their sauna session. Out in ...

Day: A quick trip to Sweden

A travel blog entry by tommysaw on Jan 14, 2014

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... is a synonym for bitter cold temperatures ...

Slowly, slowly the Blue Hour gave room to a faint sunrise, the sun was just hitting the horizon, crawled a little bit above and along the skyline and quickly started to drop and disappear, giving again room for an other extended Blue Hour. These very short days are so unusual but fascinating for us.