Hotelli Nukkumatti

Rautatienkatu, Kokkola, Western Finland, 67100, Finland | Hotel
Prices starting from $114.00

Travel Blogs from Kokkola

Someone's birthday

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10


... as it was a sunny day and there was a washing machine, we thought we’d enjoy the sun and the rare feeling of warmth by sitting in the cockpit and reading our books, whilst the washing dried. Good plan, the weather thought otherwise as it soon clouded over and indeed, by early afternoon it was raining and we had half-dry clothes festooned all over the boat and under the cover of the cockpit tent.

So what to do on a rainy day? Well ...

Comfy in a Pilot's Berth

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10


... 1000 years old and man has been living here for at least 300 years that we know of. In the 18th and 19th centuries, it was the home of fishermen who presumably hunted seals in the winter when the sea was frozen, together with pilots for ships and lighthouse keepers, after of course, the lighthouse had been built. Today it is quite a modern one and like all other lighthouses, fully automated. Apart from the lighthouse and radio masts, there ...

Unwelcome Visitors

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10


... to have a look at, we got onto our tatty, loaned bicycles after lunch and peddled off into the teeth of the frigid wind. First stop Baltic Yachts. Here we drew a blank – we met a trio of nerdy looking characters on their way from one building into another and they informed us that casual drop-in visitors were not allowed, end of.

Next stop Nautor’s Swan, a few hundred yards further away. On the way, there ...

Making the best of things

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10


... he said that with saildrives when the clutch goes, it goes totally, leaving you with no effective propulsion at all. Something else to worry about now! Anyway, we concluded with the straw-clutching thought that perhaps the offending piece of line or whatever had somehow worked its’ way off the prop in the last couple of miles, when we wouldn’t have noticed any effect as we were going slowly anyway. I can ...

Problem, what problem?

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10


As we were here for the day, we wanted to do our laundry but we were frustrated to find that sometime late last night, someone had locked the door to the washing machine. There was only one person around to ask, a chap of about our age who I noticed yesterday, expertly sailing a traditional wooden deep keel dinghy into his berth. The dinghy is a bit like our Dragon class, only prettier and with a small cuddy and the class, ...


This hotel, located on Rautatienkatu, Kokkola, is near Neristan (Old Wooden Town).
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