Santa'S Hotel Tunturi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... The man who didn't want any "thermal" clothes now has a hat, gloves, waterproof shoes, scarf and thermal underwear!
It has been a perfect visit. Sure we didn't get to see the sun at midnight but it doesn't matter this place is awesome anyway.
Tonight we are staying in Alta which is a bigger town past the Cape. We have been told that "you ain't seen nothin yet folks" with regard to the scenery. We cannot imagine it could get any better.
Fitbit equals ...
Yes, some of the staff's attitude could be improved but others were extremely friendly and helpful. Bragging rights of staying in a glass igloo doesn't come cheap but for us, it was a well-researched and well-timed trip to see the elusive Aurora Borealis.
Memories for a lifetime.
... their nature and training program. The huskies truly love the cold climate as well as running and pulling the sleigh. The hosts will then guide you through on how to drive a husky sledge and once the lovely huskies are harnessed in teams, take off with the howling dogs. After this amazing and unusual experience, have a coffee break at the kota and hear more about the life at the farm. Transfer back to hotel.
We started with the snow mobile ride. Serene drove her ...
... could walk up to the top of the ski "hill" and have lunch at the restaurant. Well once I got to the ski lift I was told to take the lift up to the restaurant—which I did. The higher we go, the more the winds kicked up and made it VERY cold. Once I got up there I barely kept up with the speed of the chair lift (which didn’t much slow down) so it kept kicking me in the butt as I tried to scooch up and out of the way. There was a missed ...
... to inhabit it?!"
We got to the airport and as we checked in, the young woman asks, “are you Jorge?” Wow, in Finland and they know how to pronounce my name! Quite unlike the US where I very often get, “George?” [Have I mentioned how I dislike being called that? If you’ve known me in the past 40 years, of course you have.] So we’re off to a good start. [And it ...