No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Hotel Laponia
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Laponia Arvidsjaur
Travel Blogs from Arvidsjaur
Arrived in Lapland, Sweden safe and sound, but it was a pretty stressful journey.
The flight from Amsterdam to Stockholm had a connecting flight in Norway, and then from Stockholm I had to take an overnight train to the north. The problem was that I only had 30 minutes to change planes in Norway and the first flight was delayed so there was lots of panic to catch that flight, but luckily the second flight ended up being delayed too. The ...
... friends that Olle is a cousin too - on the Erickson side from way back in the 1400's we have a common relative. (Maybe our 22nd cousin?? :)
On Monday we stopped in Pitea, Kristin's hometown. We ate at a restaurant that serves Palt (or Pult). This is a favorite Swedish food and my mom used to make it. It is potato dumplings and soooo delicious. The palt at this restaurant ...
... turned two planks of wood into skiing as we know it today. He lived in Morgedal and later immigrated to America.
Next stop is the Stave Church in Haddal, built between 1147 and 1242 AD~~It is the largest and most impressive Stave Church in Norway and just by chance we became wedding crashers, as there a most beautiful traditional Norwegian Wedding happening!
Nutheim is next on our ...
... mind, took out my map and curiously tried to figure out where I wanted to be, what I wanted to do and who I really want to be. For a long time iv been living for the weekend, which always meant the exact same thing, drink. Waiting patiently for Friday night so I could do the exact same thing I done the Friday before that,and the Friday before that and so on.
I thought I might move to Germany and see if I could get work ...
... OK but free internet excellent and easy to access, much needed to save our data allowance on out mifi - mifi with 3 who have a reciprocal relationship with 11 different countries, two of which are Denmark and Sweden - hoo rah! Off to shop now, extravagant that we are, for bread, onions, fruit and some of my favourite Scandinavian ...