Spa Hotel Levitunturi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we didn't do much. Had a leisurely start to the day and then went for a walk in the snow. It was a lot warmer today, only about -10 and lightly snowing.
We had to return our hired trousers etc by 4pm so when we walked back from there it was just in jeans ...
... photo opportunity and then continued onto the property. There were some little huts there and a communal hut with a nice fire in the centre. Tania had gone ahead to get the fire going and the soup and hot berry juice on. The soup was delicious. We also had coffee and biscuits.
We then set off on the return, stopping for another photo opportunity on the way back. This time we drove up Lake Immeljarvi where we had gone to see the Aurora ...
... teams of 6 dogs to the 3 sleds. The dogs were barking and howling and jumping around, biting each other, growling at each other. It was chaos!! However, once they were all harnessed up they settled down a bit and we took our places. We took off!! One foot on the brake to slow them at first but after 500m or so, the guide let rip and we were off. There is no steering, the dogs know where to go and they can only follow the track cut ...
... walked around a bit and then took the gondola back down again.
By the way, you have no idea how frustrating this is typing on a little ASUS netbook with a Finnish keyboard which keeps giving me the wrong letters and deleting things I have just typed and adding weird characters where I did not intend them.....Because I am using the laptop in the cabin as they do not have Wifi,so I cannot use ...
... street lights. We walked out onto the frozen lake. At first there was only a few people there, dark shapes on the white snow. We set up the tripod and the camera. Then we got talking to an English couple (who, it turned out, lived for 14 years in Sydney and are ┴ustralian citizens!). We noticed what looked like swirling clouds in the sky and they told us this was the aurora and the colours would show up through the ...