Original Sokos Hotel Vaakuna Mikkeli
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... went by ferry to a fortress island built in the 18th century when Finland was part of Sweden to protect from Russia. In 1853 it was captured by russia during the crimean war until Finland got independence in 1917. We liked Finland and the weather is fine but only 13 degrees. Tomorrow we are flying to Tallinn in ...
... All the weekend folk and day trippers gone. We managed to find a coffee in a hotel cafe but couldn't get ice cream anywhere. Arrived Mikkeli quite late our hotel near the university in tall pines. A very good room but unfortunately a group next door were a little noises until about midnight. Otherwise all good. A meal at the local Hesburger by the marina and a walk in ...
We left town and drove south on highway 78 through a landscape literally dotted in gorgeous glassey lake. Reflections like no other. Trees trees trees with autumn colours already at this latitude. But best of all reindeer on the side of the road. Beautiful healthy animals. Quite a long days driving but very scenic. We stopped for coffee in a market place in a small town on a lake. All very summery. English spoken everywhere, thankfully. Arrived late afternoon in ...
... Firstly dad and I woke up early to get our hair cut while lily and mum stayed home. We went to a place called NAPS. The haircut took about 1 hour for dad and I. When it was finished it was really short then the moment I stepped outside a big gush of wind came at the back of my head and it was really cold. After the haircut we went back to the house to pick up lily, mum didn’t come because she wasn’t feeling well.
We went out to the sports centre and had ...
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 ...