Hostel Rudolf

Koskikatu 41, Rovaniemi, Lapland, 96200, Finland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Koskikatu 41, Rovaniemi, is near Arktikum, SantaPark, Kid's Land, and Arctic Centre and Regional Museum of Lapland.
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    Travel Blogs from Rovaniemi

    Day 5 - Rovaniemi

    A travel blog entry by sezzawilliams on Jun 20, 2014

    48 photos

    ... Rovaniemi was having a big bonfire on the bank of the river Kemijoki at midnight Friday night (tonight) so we decided we would rug up and head down to the riverbank. We put on our wind/waterproof jackets and pants like we were heading to the snow and walked over the candle bridge to get to where the bonfire was waiting to be lit. Of course while we are waiting on thebankof the river just before midnight the sun is still just above the horizonas ...

    3 in 1

    A travel blog entry by deannadippold on May 26, 2011

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... of a string in the middle of our legs close to the floor. The objective was to hit a ball down to the other side of the room, around a block, and back by swinging the block between our legs without using our hands. We lost. By a full person. Our next game was similar to bowling. A rounded block was rolled/thrown at 12 pins. If a single pin was knocked down, points were given according to the corresponding number on the pin. If more were knocked down, points were given according to the ...


    A travel blog entry by carolineellis on Feb 28, 2011

    ... layers of clothes and jumping up every morning to see what the temperature is outside your nice cosy apartment.

    So after playing in the snow, meeting Santa, learning to knit, meeting Jenny's friends and hanging out like I was going ot the University of Lappland it was time to return to missing Jenny, head off and brush up on my Russian, because by all accounts the Russians don't speak amazing English like the Finns.

    Wish me luck.

    Gearing up

    A travel blog entry by aerotrevel on Jan 14, 2009

    1 photo

    ... s stopovers, I wanted to experience one longer stay, which means a few days, in the train. The feeling must be unique when you slowly pass several time zones, seeing how scenery changes through the window, while you don't have to, or actually you can't, hurry anywhere. Ok, maybe this picture is too romanticized and I'll just end up fighting boredom by drinking vodka by myself in the restaurant car, but after the trip I at least know a longer stay on a train feels ...

    Living in now, now living

    A travel blog entry by moonrise on Nov 18, 2006

    ... that the path here was slushy but not icy - with a burst of pent up energy, i ran across. it felt so good, just simple happiness. on the other side of the river, the town was still and at peace. i passed the beach that had been alight with crowds and fire sculpting just a week before, but now just trees breathed in the night air with me. rounding the bend, the old railway bridge came into view, a bridge that looks ...