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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sodankyla Sodankylš
Travel Blogs from Sodankylš
... we did have to double back to the nearest town which had a fuel pump, the town of Sodankylš. My friends are much nicer than me so they didn’t tease me or anything – perhaps I should learn from their example? No, it would be boring if we were all the same.
Writing this in our comfortable cabin in the woods, the rooms selected by Richard, I must spend a couple of minutes to compliment him on his superb selection of routes and hotels – without him, ...
... out in warm gear and snow shoes we trudged and crunched up the hill and through the trees like an army of aliens with head torches. Having used the shoes once before we were better at it but I nearly fell over once even so. At a dark open space we stood hoping to see the Northern Lights come out to play but no luck so we trudged on until we reached the centre of the lake and here things started to happen. At first all we saw was a ...
... took my teddy bear sledging and out in the snow but I have the feeling he prefers sitting watching TV in the room!
In the evening we were taken on a coach to Keto Aurora, which is yet another of their log cabins but this one had a lecture and presentation about the Northen lights projected on the ceiling. It was all very nice but we expected to go to the research facility and see how they conducted the research on the Northern lights but this was not to be. Too scientific ...
... weather is still really cloudy which is a shame.
Went for a wander along some ofthe snowshoe tracks in the afternoon and had a catnap as I am so tired! Tried out the sauna but neither me or mum were that impressed. We only had it on half heat but we practically suffocated and it was kinda awkward ...
... sensation of the fresh cold wind on your face as you rush along through the beautiful winter wonderland.
On a few uphill bits you have to take one foot off the sled and kick along the floor to give the huskies some help, or even step off completely and run along holding the sled for a short section. This I tried on one occassion not realising how deep the snow was... so down my foot sank and suddenly I was being dragged along behind the sled. This was highly ...