Kartanokylpyla Kaisankoti

Address: Bodomintie 37, Espoo, Southern Finland, 02740, Finland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bodomintie 37, Espoo, is near Sinebrychoff Museum, Kaitalampi Lake, Glimsin Talomuseo, and Tvijalp & Korkeasaari Islands.
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    Travel Blogs from Espoo

    A day of firsts

    A travel blog entry by lotsofnoys on Dec 21, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... in 1913. They apparently don't like the Russians very much up here and during the Second World War they used the fort as a costal defence and u-boat base along with the Germans....hence after the war is it was decommissioned...but there are still lots of building and barracks which we could explore. We arrived as the sun was rising (11am) and it was a beautiful day so we headed out to explore the island....we were out at the end of the island when we had our ...

    Overnight at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport

    A travel blog entry by garytan on Oct 15, 2014

    2 photos

    ... the modern Holiday Inn Helsinki-Vantaa Airport is a good choice for a restful stopover. Our complimentary shuttle bus makes getting to and from the airport a breeze, and there's complimentary parking if you're arriving by car. Relax in the understated chic of your Guest room and dine ...

    Helsinki - Day 3

    A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Aug 21, 2014

    ... I didn't give up. The only way onto the island is by boat. There is a tunnel reserved for emergency personnel. I don't know how they manage in the winter. There's one of everything, such as a school, grocery store, library...the naval academy is based there and we saw the officers train on land and on sea. There are ...

    Last day

    A travel blog entry by mattyk on Aug 20, 2014

    16 photos

    ... exit and got the obligatory tourist photo outside. Next stop was the toy shop we had found last night. A small place crammed with high quality, generally wooden toys for the children of the elite. Orla soon made it pretty clear we should leave which we did. I had no regrets as some of the toys were the same price as our holiday. A little boutique Eco clothes shop next where after a gentle sales patter we departed with some Finnish ...

    Helsinki sights

    A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Aug 05, 2014

    20 photos

    ... with a marble and gold-embossed pulpit and huge chandelier. It was designed by the famous architect Engel who sadly died before it was complete and commissioned in 1852.
    Matthew was keen to go to the Design Museum (there are over 50 museums in Helsinki so we have to choose carefully) and he was not disappointed. The permanent exhibitions showing the history and progress of design in Finland were interesting but the temporary exhibition was ...