Lapland Hotel Sirkantahti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> By mid afternoon the temperature was up to -5c, it had got warmer by 20 celcius in two days and the snow wasn't letting up either.
We were taking it easy indoors, just reading and watching television, but David was watching the snow build up again, another 8cm or so had fallen so he was back out again. No rest for the wicked!
In the early evening we were starting to get hungry and couldn't be bothered to cook so ...
... underfloor heating was broken so we'd had to switch it off last night and despite it being 15c warmer outside, we could feel the chill in the cabin. David lit a fire in hearth to heat the cabin up.
The remainder of the morning and the daylight hours of the afternoon were spent watching television and reading before we donned on warm clothes for a walk. We went down to the village and had a look round the shops, David is keen to buy a jacket, ...
Maria's dad, Janne, drove us to the ski resort which meant we could both have our boots on ready. The cold was countered with six layers of clothing on upper body and a triple layer for the legs - it felt a bit like being the Michelin Man, but we were warm.
Although it was so cold, without wind it was surprisingly comfortable and we could get away without wearing goggles. Even though the slopes are floodlit, with the fading ...
... of the lake, we had a nice view of the seven fells surrounding the area, the ski centre and the moon that was beginning to rise into the sky.
Markus, Maria's uncle was away on holiday so we were just checking the house was warm enough. We made a fire and while it burned we ate all the nice biscuits in his pantry and washed them down with mugs of hot chocolate.
It was 3pm by the time we started walking back, the sun had gone and it was beginning to get ...
... sauna was heated up and by the time it was our turn, it was really hot. We didn't stay in too long before retreating to the cold outside and a nice cold beer.
David got caught up writing the blog and forgot about the beers he'd put outside earlier. By the time he went back to them which was maybe only an hour later, they were frozen. Not completely frozen, more like a slush and only a mouthful or two could be poured from the can at a ...