Hotel Lepolampi

Address: Kivilammentie 1, Espoo, Southern Finland, 02820, Finland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kivilammentie 1, Espoo, is near Tvijalp & Korkeasaari Islands and Stall Eqvus.
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Travel Blogs from Espoo

Helsinki - Day 3

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Aug 21, 2014

... there and it was the place to be.

This is where the 1st stone was laid. It's called the King's Gate. No matter where I found myself on the island, it always felt like I was the only one there. It's just so vast and open.

I climbed unsecured hills (no gates, no fences, no cleared pathways) ...


A travel blog entry by mattyk on Aug 18, 2014

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... including pickled herring, a random moussaka and some pastries washed down with turbo coffee. Total cost €18. We head out across town for the little shop we found on Sunday. Orla is on surprisingly good form! The Finnish are a modest culture and do not smile at strangers in the street. This can be a little perturbing at times because they will often turn to look at you completely dead pan. For my own amusement, Orla and I have a new game which involves ...


A travel blog entry by bmbobel on Jul 16, 2014

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And what a sweet couple Colin's host parents are!! Such warm, welcoming, genuine people. We drove a quick 10 minutes to their apartment in Raisio and they showed us around. With their children grown and out of the house, they downsized to a smaller place in the downtown center (only a 5 minute walk from their old house). Anneli had lunch for us...Colin's favorite, Krilian pies with smoked salmon, and also turkey, ham and four different ...

Take to the Sea!

A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian on Jun 26, 2014

2 comments, 32 photos

... around the ship before returning to our cabin, situated in the lower bowels of the vessel. No one was outside at 1:00 in the morning (possibly because it was windy and cold), and it was an incredibly tranquil experience, with nothing around but seawater and orange sunlight on the northern horizon. Standing on the deck looking out at the water, I couldn't help but reflect on the end of our time in Europe and the fact that our lives were, once again, about to change drastically.


A travel blog entry by tricruiser on May 26, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... one time. They really hate Sweden in athletics. They do not have to win as long as Sweden looses. Another city claiming to be the Venice of the north. There are no skyscrapers here. There may as many stories underground as above. We toured the highlights and went into the country side to a 14th century town, Porvoo. This has an old town that is mostly wooden house. It seems everywhere we go the towns burned down and rebuilt over the centuries. ...