Messila Maailma Oy

Address: Messilantie 308 , Hollola, Southern Finland, 15980 , Finland | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Hollola

    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 ...

    It's all about Glass...

    A travel blog entry by ellenwillow on Dec 18, 2011

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    ... amp; I both then had a go at blowing glass, it was not so easy! Mine cracked, then burst;(.
    Kari Alokoski's work is also featured at the Finnish Glass Museum, along with some other impressive art pieces by other contemporary glass designers. It is good to see that art glass blowing is still a tradition in Finland! We had lunch at the museum cafe after we had wandered through the ...

    The return to Finland

    A travel blog entry by ellenwillow on Dec 16, 2011

    ... better than the Taxi's in Melbourne!!
    My car for the next 10 days is a Ford Fiesta. I'd forgotten how hard it is driving a manual on the other side of the road as inthe US they are all automatic. My destination is Riihimaki to visit family. Riihimaki is quite famous for it's glassworks & I visited the glass museum at the old glassworks (they closed a few years ago). There were ...

    Kiipula College

    A travel blog entry by mathies on May 18, 2011

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    ... talk to me in German so I asked him about his plans for the future and he showed me his learning-documents. It was really nice!

    Then we had lunch – it was 'soup-day' and I chose the vegetarian one. But Fins eat everytime salad and bread and butter (even with the soups).

    The walk through the ICT-laboratories were interesting too ...

    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 ...