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... I am becoming quite the sauna devotee. It's so handy to have it as one of your bathroom fixtures. No matter how cold it gets outside, any chill is banished to the point that one needs to take their steaming body out into the nighttime arctic winter air. I am going to miss them sorely when I get home.
On my second full day in Rovaniemi and after another substantial buffet breakfast, I rented some cross country skis and skied ...
... walk on and 30 cm to drive on.
... and we managed to find a spot, just off the E4 by the side of a lake (in fact on a floating pontoon) where we had our sandwiches, consisting largely of leftover chicken from last night. Once completed, we were off and soon checked in to our hotel and ready to do a bit of exploring.
Rovaniemi is an important tourist centre, being situated only 6 miles south of the Arctic Circle and the ‘home of Santa’. ...
... me I couldn't do it via email. So after the phone call, I then had to spell out my email address ever so slowly so that they could email the tickets!! The sleeper compartment cost 60,58 Euro ($79.49 on my Visa card).
The express 274 went through to Helsinki, so we had to change at Tampere at 5.48. There was just a few minutes wait, then we were on the express 904 to Turku and then on to Turku Satama (the port). Just a short walk to the ferry.
The 2nd day, we set off at 445am in the morning to catch the 530am bus from the Ivalo Bus Terminal for Rovaniemi. The 530am slot is only available exclusively on Saturdays, which is ideal for us because the ride is 4 hours long. We wanted to get to the Santa Claus Village as early as possible so that we can spend the entire day at the village.
But as it turned ...