Hotel Rivoli Jarvenpaa

Asema-Aukio, Jarvenpaa, Southern Finland, 04400, Finland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Asema-Aukio, Jarvenpaa, is near Arola.
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Travel Blogs from Jarvenpaa

Flora and Sauna

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on May 20, 2014

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... and the sunshine. Thankfully when we returned to the apartment, Pentti had prepared baguettes for dinner. Heddi's sister Ninni and her cousin Assi, whom I have met both before, came over to join us. It was actually like no one had aged in 18 years! (Hopefully that includes myself)

Tomorrow I am heading off to Berlin to visit my cousin Simone. I'm definitely feeling the effects of travelling on such little sleep so hopefully I can power on for ...

Sail Away

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 13, 2013

... are, just nice and quiet. Much has been said of the Finn's markedly reserved demeanor but that can be said of almost any people in any city. In a capital city, everybody is too busy getting on with their lives to give a **** about tourists strolling around the streets. The locals I spoke to were fine - none of that attitude bubbling beneath the surface that I've found in other places (Latin America, mostly). English is widely spoken in Finland and it's almost by necessity - as ...

If it's Saturday it must be Helsinki!

A travel blog entry by bobjanescott on Aug 10, 2013

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Well after the real highlight of the views leaving we had a quick dinner and settled down in the lounge to watch Lyn Paul who again was very good. Went to bed a bit promptly as for the second time on the cruise the clocks moved forward by an hour. Woke this morning on the high seas and warm sunshine so were able to sit out on deck as we approached Helsinki where we docked at 12 noon. Again the dock is quite ...

On board the MS Gabriella to Helsinki

A travel blog entry by hoppyandpeter on Jul 31, 2013

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... dinner sitting – Peter and I were surprised how many dinner sittings it took to feed all of the passengers. We lined up with Nan, Pop and Aunt Sal and were taken to our table which we were happy to find was right up the front of the boat so we could look out the windows and watch the islands in the archipelago pass by.

Our table was for six people so three other people arrived to join us at ...

Crossing to Helsinki on the MS Gabriella

A travel blog entry by suetrevsal on Jul 31, 2013

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... for Sal she was a little too close to me on the escalator so when stepping off her suitcase fell over and Sal nearly went over the top of it – not a pretty sight but thankfully Sal was okay.

Our allocated cabins were on deck 6 so we quickly dropped off our luggage and checked out where we would be staying for the night before exploring the ship. The ship was larger and more modern than we expected for an overnight ...