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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Babysitting service
- Banquet room
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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We drove up the east coast after leaving Helsinki, on the advice of e cousin of Michelle Daly, who is Finnish. Our first stop was a small town called Provoo. There was a small market in the town square with the vendors dressed in period costumes. So it was fun to walk around. No interesting food though. The town is on a lake, so we had a walk along the lakes edge enjoying the warn sunshine ( although ...
Whilst staying at our second campsite, the very rugged campsite of Olavin Retkiellelijat RY, we visited the very pretty town of Savonlinna. The Finnish name of the town means "Castle of Savonia", which is unsurprising with the towns most prominent feature being the impressive Olavinlinna Castle.
T he town is in heart of the lakelands, with the Samaii waters on ...
... breathtaking colours and site's during our 2 hour crossing. The whole area consisted of a series of rugged tree heavy islands and we were heading for one of them home to the camp site.
Although remote the national park camp site is open to the public and provides basic amenities such as toilets and a small shop. We also ...
... located on an island, which made it even nicer. Savonlinna is also located on several lakes. It's a city of 30,000 people or so and if there weather was nicer, I would have loved to go on a lake cruise, but it poured down rain all day. The lake cruises are only 10 euros and last about 2 hours, so in the future if I come back, I would like to do a cruise ...
Leaving the arctic circle we almost ran over several reindeer, they appeared out of nowhere on the roads, which was dangerous, but loads of fun for us to stop and try and get pictures of.
Somewhere along the way, we passed a zoo, and decided to run in and see what was going on. Rachel brought some deer antlers, which were cool, but we have no idea what to do with them! we were given a map of the zoo, and told we had ...