Rantasipi Forssa

Saarelankatu 12, Forssa, Southern Finland, 30100, Finland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located in the Cannaregio area of Forssa.
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    Travel Blogs from Forssa

    Iittala & Ice Hockey....

    A travel blog entry by ellenwillow on Dec 17, 2011

    13 photos

    As a collector of retro Finnish Glassware, a visit to the Glass Village & Museum at Iittala was a must do for me. And yes, Iittala is a town, not just a brand, like Nokia! After a delicious breakfast off yummy breads, cheese, cold meat & coffee, we headed off to Iittala. The museum was interesting, with displays of iconic Iittala glassware from designers such as Alvar & ...

    Wildflowers & Lookout Towers

    A travel blog entry by mumnrina on Jun 27, 2010

    1 comment, 15 photos

    Sunday morning we took a walk to the main road from the cottage with two poor old dogs that set a very leisurely pace. We had time to admire all the wildflowers and Liisa enjoyed picking a wide range of flowers today which is another favorite summer pastime.

    It is all so peaceful and with everything so green I could just have it stop like this ...

    Summer Cottage

    A travel blog entry by mumnrina on Jun 26, 2010

    3 comments, 20 photos

    We arrived here at Tammela after midnight to find cousin Hannu and his wife waiting up for us. They had already been holidaying for a week so they were well settled and Hannu was right into the World Cup.

    Juhannus morning after breakfast Liisa was keen to get out in the boat to do some rowing so Hannu joined us for what ended up being a two hour trip. He had the motor on the back just ...

    Midsummer Eve

    A travel blog entry by mumnrina on Jun 25, 2010

    3 comments, 11 photos

    We had spent the last 24 hours about two hours north of Turku at the summer cottage beside the sea and before this day was over still had a busy "holiday schedule". Between "Tim the tomtom" and "Rina leadfoot" we had an hour and a quarter run to Turku with barely any traffic on the road and the city was also quiet as stores had closed at midday for Juhannus.

    We came here to Turku to see Henna Simojoki perform in the summer ...


    A travel blog entry by mumnrina on Jun 14, 2010

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... s Welfare it became a home for boys who had difficulties in the normal primary school and 40 years later, when its location changed, the property was vacant for about 6 years. It then became the home of a Mission College and some years later became what it is today.

    For me personally it was very interesting to see where many of the overseas mission workers are trained and I'm surprised at the number that Finland has for its small size.