Original Sokos Hotel Kuusamo
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- TV Other Russia
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... 8217;s wife, and we were walked to a fenced in area to hand feed some of the herd. All the time, the herdsman was happily teaching us about the herd, and their life on the farm. We ended up feeding a reindeer herd in the dark, which would’ve been way more enjoyable in the light, but hey-ho… no fingers were lost, or even bitten, so we did good!
As the light was fading, the temperatures were dropping, so we were shown to ...
... behind me. She got them moving again pronto. These pups are hardcore; they pee and poop on the move, although we are told to at least try to slow down when they are doing their business. Not sure how much that is just so you don't get splattered :Op They also grab mouthfuls of snow -as a drink- every now and again while they are running along.
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