Kultahippu Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... close to the fence. The polar bear in particular put on a real show breaking icy waters in her pond to retrieve carrots - a real show girl. Another star was the brown bear who sat on her bottom and held her feet rocking.... the wolves quickly lost interest when they realised the keeper only had carrots and bread and the wolverine (who didn't look like Hugh Jackman) dug up an old smelly carcass and were far more interested in that the a lousy carrot. Best ...
... troops from both sides, frozen to death. What a thought.
It was still sunny outside, which lifted our spirits and we set off on the return route, one that was a little further than the direct 971, taking the E6 and then the E75 homewards. The E6 took us westwards along the side of the huge Varangerfjord, with hills on its far shore still boasting patches of snow. It was lovely, quite quite lovely. Then, our road headed ...
... back to Inari and visited the Siida Sami Museum and Nature Centre. There was a wonderful display of Sami life, the nature of the area, and climate changes through the year, governed by low temperatures and minimal daylight in winter and long hours of sun in summer. Outside was a great "mini-village" of old Sami huts, store shelters, animal ...
... nice hot roll!!
We got chatting about bikes and everything else and only after about 50 or
so minutes did I finally get on my way.
The weather was now getting worse and the rain was coming down by the
bucket and would turn to sleet now and again.
A few miles on and I am into the town of Tana Bru where I turn onto the
main E6/E75 which follows a large river for many miles. This river is the
borderline between Norway and Finland which I hope to be crossing in about ...
It's our last day in Ivalo and we decided to make the best use of the day by creating fun for ourselves.
The boys borrowed the toy sleds from Mr Henri and we headed out into the frozen river behind our Cottage for some snow fun.
We sat in the sled and pushed ourselves down the steep slopes by the side of the snow river and crashed silly into the snow below.
Snowman was a total ...