Address: Motellintie 13, Karankamaki, The Lakelands, Eastern Finland, 52720, Finland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Karankamaki

De-stress day for mum, everyone else, out!!

A travel blog entry by robartsroaming on Aug 24, 2015

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... in a maze in the right part and it would go in, lily got a hole in one on the last one, dad and I hit two strokes on the last one.

After golf we went back home to get ready for dinner. When we were ready we realised that we didn’t have enough room in the car for six people so Kirsi suggested two people could share a seat so I had to share a seat with mum and she said to lily who was in the middle seat ‘’if you see the cops cover him and spencer duck ...

Wonderful Finnish life …. we could move here

A travel blog entry by robartsroaming on Aug 23, 2015

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Waking up in the cabin was pretty great, we all had a great night sleep and it was special to wake with no town noise outside. To top it off it seemed not one mosquito had made it into the cabin during the night. Given that we had actually gone to bed pretty early the kids and I woke up pretty late, about 9.30am I think. Lyndon had already gone for a walk – I think in the end we all thought he had gotten lost as he was gone for ages, but he was just enjoying the solitude of the ...

Train journey to St.Petersburg

A travel blog entry by ljubow on Mar 30, 2014

... had to fill out the migration card and I happened to have already some troubles to fill it out.. Luckily an old man on the other side of the corridor helped me. It seems to be rather strict with all the departure dates and host person details.. Anyway it doesn't feel like I am actually going to St. Petersburg, of course I am a bit nervous and even scared, but I don't realize it ...

Finnish Countryside Sights.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan on Jul 05, 2011

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... when the last of the workers who were mostly women and all in their 70's decided it was time. It was turned into a museum shortly after so the whole process and equipment can be seen and understood. We did a guided tour and found it fascinating to learn how trees were turned into cardboard in the late 19th century. Right in town, Verla also had some ancient stone age rock paintings dating back to between 5,000 and 1,000 BC. We had some difficulty with ...

Repovesi National Park

A travel blog entry by mumnrina on Jul 31, 2010

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After a night in a cabin at Antola we tried to do take in a little of Mikkeli but found that we really should have headed straight to Repovesi National park to do a hike because we were over the "city tourist attractions".

The weather was beautiful and we spent our time taking in the scenery along the way including a slight detour when we found the road we thought would join up, took us to an embankment and the only way out was to reverse about 100 meters to ...