Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Vaasa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Vaasa
... the chute (containing it in a large sock, pulled down by means of ropes and pulleys from the top downwards) and lowering to the deck out of the way. Apart from these instances, we were able to sail with both sails pulling until around 18:00, when the wind died so again, the engine was employed, until we anchored at 19:30.
The charts denote the bay we’d chosen, at the north-westernmost tip of the island, as an anchorage and a refuge ie somewhere for ...
... of fuel, and we wanted to top up the tank. One peculiar feature of this particular fuel station is that it purported to only have 1.5m of water and as we draw 1.5m, I fervently hoped that the rocky bottom (bound to be) had a cushioning covering of mud. To add to the challenge, one thoughtless soul had decided to leave his 40’ power boat in such a position that accessing the pump was difficult, there was just enough room to squeeze in but as ...
... 360° visibility. It transpired that until the mid 1990’s this was a coastguard station, hence the building with the panoramic views. Entering the harbour, there were no other substantial boats around and there was a chap on the shore, who told us it would be OK to come alongside the pontoon, rather than use the stern buoy method. He kindly helped us with our lines and once done, we started chatting. Juha was here for a few weeks on a voluntary basis. There were a few rooms ...
... heated up when we got there by Errik. He had a bucket of water there and a ladle. The stove was wood fired with some exposed brick-like stones to retain the heat. Doug splashed a bit of water on the rocks and wow then you really felt the heat. We had a great conversation (what is said in a sauna stays in the sauna). We were really heated up and sweating. Doug said they used to hold a contest somewhere in Finland where they ...
... soon as we started singing, some of the
Chinese Broadcasting group came along and stopped to listen with much
interest. We finished our first song and
we got a thunderous reaction. It was
cool. A traffic jam had now been created
as we started our next (only other) song.
As we sang the tag, the cameras and videos were going and when we
finished, the applause again roared. One
of the other groups who had been singing ...