Mammut Snow Hotel

Address: Oy LumiLinna Kemi, Kemi, Lapland, Finland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Oy LumiLinna Kemi, Kemi, is near Pyha and Syvasenvaara Fell.
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Travel Blogs from Kemi

A Walk to the Shops

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jan 09, 2015

... will allow him to order between one and four beers at a time. Why he would want to order more than four beers at a time remains a mystery, but the learning of numbers 5 to 10 began.

Finnish words in general are not that easy and the numbers are definitely not straight forward, especially when they have three syllables. All was going pretty well until we reached eight. At least David was still on eight, ...

A Visit to Santa Claus

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jan 08, 2015

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... the one in the Village was its position in 1865. That said there is still a special feeling when you walk across the line into the 'Arctic Circle’.

Once inside the Arctic Circle, the next logical stop is the Santa Claus Post Office. All the letters sent to Santa, regardless how bizarrely they are addressed, will end up here. They get hundreds of thousands of letters every year and every single one gets opened and read (by ...

A Day in Helsinki

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 22, 2014

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We slept in rather late this morning, and we could blame jet lag coming from Scotland or it might just be going to bed late last night. Sari and Ímer were long gone, they had started work hours ago. Jasmin was still at home though, school had finished a few days ago, and she made us breakfast.

Our original plan for our day in Helsinki before flying North to Kemi was to meet Maria's friends Anne and Ivan from Spain, but their kids were sick. As it ...

Jet Lag Kicks In

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Feb 03, 2014

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It's such a great feeling when you wake up thinking you have been asleep for days, your batteries are recharged and you're ready for's not so great once you realise you have only been asleep for two hours and it's midnight. Jet lag is a curse for a lot of long haul travellers and there was no exception here - after seven hours, I had counted all the sheep in New Zealand and sleep was no closer, so time to get ...

Waking up in Lapland

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Feb 02, 2014

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... sharks, fish, seahorses and pirates to name a few. The slides built in the castle were great fun. David somehow managed to tumble down head over heels, landing in a heap at the bottom to the great amusement of everybody, if only there was a video - it would go viral for sure. The sun set at 4:45pm and it wasn't too long before the sleep took over the jet lagged bodies...