- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... night's dinner and afterword I headed out for a night-time ski on the lit trails. At one point the lights ended and I continued for another half an hour. The night sky was partly clear and I was hoping to get a glimpse of the Northern LIghts. A local brochure said that the aurora is visible 200 days a year in this area but the cloud cover often gets in the way. Alas there was no light show this night.
Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, juices, scrambled and boiled eggs, frankfurts, meatballs, pasties, pastries, cereals, two types of homemade yoghurt, berries, nine varieties of bread and a multitude of spreads, pickled herring, salad, cheeses and hams, apple cake, chocolate donuts and caramel popcorn - that's what awaited us for breakfast this morning. The Finns sure know how to roll out the welcome mat! I've never seen such a huge spread. It's almost worth going back ...
... in Sineta. Talked to Rodney and the kids. They were full of information on what's been happening. Had coffee and donuts for morning tea out on the verandah. Mom and I took selfies. Found an app on the iPad where you say 'cheese' and it automatically takes the photo. Very handy. Went down to the wood shed and finished splitting the rest of the logs. It is all soft wood. Birch ...
... Buss Rovaniemist Ivalosse väljub tõesti 30 minutit pärast rongi saabumist. Buss on täis, kõik sõidavad Sodankylla filmifestivalile. Pärast Sodankylät jääb bussi alles ainult paar inimest.
Finland is green.
In Tampere a nosily eating Russian appears on the bench opposite. And otherwise it gets more crowded as well. The sleeping wagons are full.
My clock-computer gives storm alert consistently because air pressure appears to be ...
... I had rice stir fry and bread and salad.
After lunch it was more lecture.
Then we got to go to Santa's Village. I talked to two of the Finnish students on the way. They actually have about 50% of their population living in houses outside of the city. They have five or six grade schools in Rovaniemi with class sizes of about 25. They can drink and drive at 18. Their street names are extremely long! They almost all have ...