Hotelli Pikku-Syöte

Syotekeskuksentie 126, Syöte, Lapland, 93280, Finland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Syöte

Crossing the Arctic Circle

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria


We've been in Finland for nearly 2 weeks now and whilst we've been tantalisingly close to the Arctic Circle, only 7km away, we hadn't actually crossed it - today would be the day. We took a short drive to the Santa Claus Village and Post Office, which sits directly on top of the Arctic Circle. Once you step across that line there is an air of enchantment, things just ...

Walking On Water

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria


Since arriving in Finland, there had been a lot of indulgence, eating and drinking, but very little exercise so time to make amends. Having a dog, Nena, to walk made it easier to leave the house, especially when the weather was not so great. In the summer we would have been walking up the side of the river but this was winter and you get ...

The Road Trip North Begins

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria


... all the boxes. Dessert seemed an unusual combination, leipäjuusto (a type of cheese) cooked in a vanilla cream served with handpicked cloudberries, but was a deliciously tasting surprise.
The remainder of the evening, and a few hours of early Sunday morning, was spent in a continual cycle of sauna, palju and rolling in the snow, all the while tasting a variety of Finnish beers.

Snow Hotel/Castle

A travel blog entry by davidcarder


Today we went to the Snow hotel. The first thing we saw was a bow of a pirate ship. Will and I went up a railing to the bow. The cannons were made out of ice and the bow was made out of snow.

Then I went on an ice slide. On the ice slide you have to use doughnuts to go down. One of the slides is really slow.

We went and looked in the snow restaurant. Will and I went on a slide inside the restaurant. The slide looked like an ice octopus. Then we walked ...

Reindeer farm and a small snack

A travel blog entry by davidcarder


Reindeer are a wild animal and have been herded for over a thousand years. We visited a local reindeer farm. The farmer's family had been in the area for about 500 years. Our reindeer ride was certainly slower than the husky ride but was far more comfortable. Reindeer are perfect for remote areas as they can find their own food and operate in extremely cold conditions. We were all given a reindeer drivers license. This might come in handy when I ...


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