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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Lahti
... Firstly dad and I woke up early to get our hair cut while lily and mum stayed home. We went to a place called NAPS. The haircut took about 1 hour for dad and I. When it was finished it was really short then the moment I stepped outside a big gush of wind came at the back of my head and it was really cold. After the haircut we went back to the house to pick up lily, mum didn’t come because she wasn’t feeling well.
We went out to the sports centre and had ...
... also enjoyed some more Finnish hospitality with chocolates, lemonade and homemade beer! Thank you Reijo and Pirkko, and thank you for enabling Kirsi to come to Australia all those years ago which has allowed our families to become friends!! xx
After our visit it was pretty late, so we had a very casual and relaxed dinner, sitting around the dinner table eating yummy left-overs (so more Karelian Pies!!) Once the kids were off to bed the adults kept talking, seems we can talk for ...
Finally sitting in the train to Russia. I just enjoyed the perfect morning coffee like every morning, only that this time I was drinking it from the bottle and watching the Finnish country side passing by. I have four seats for myself which is quite nice and even wireless internet connection. I bet this is the only time I am gonna have such a luxurious train ride. :) All ...
After a night in a cabin at Antola we tried to do take in a little of Mikkeli but found that we really should have headed straight to Repovesi National park to do a hike because we were over the "city tourist attractions".
The weather was beautiful and we spent our time taking in the scenery along the way including a slight detour when we found the road we thought would join up, took us to an embankment and the only way out was to reverse about 100 meters to ...
... the last tram left from outside the hotel (presumably from the tram stop), so at 11.15 we all said our goodbyes and walked the 100 yards from the hotel to the tram stop to catch the 11.22 tram back. On we all got (buying tickets, of course!), and off we set. Only to stop at the next tram stop and be told by the tram driver that that was the end of the line for us as he was now off duty and returning to the tram depot. He told us to wait at the bus stop (a little bit back up ...