Sokos Hotel Vaakuna

Paimenpolku 2, Lappeenranta, Southern Finland, 45100, Finland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Paimenpolku 2, Lappeenranta.
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Travel Blogs from Lappeenranta

Wolkoff House Museum

A travel blog entry by chop49 on Sep 08, 2013

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... history for future generations.

I first visited #26 Kauppakatu in 1971 during my first ever trip to Finland. My then-girlfriend, Helena Wolkoff, had filled my head with tales of how overbearing and almost tyrannical her Great-Aunt Anna Wolkoff-Nissinen had been, so my first visit was akin to going to a high-pressure job interview. I was filled with wonder as I set foot in the house for the first time. ...

A Forest and Island Paradise

A travel blog entry by chop49 on Sep 07, 2013

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... sauna. If the sauna is going to be incorporated into the summerhouse as a single structure, then it will be the first part of the summerhouse to be finished out.

The sauna is the single most important fixture in a Finns life. In old times, the rural family’s sauna was even the place where mothers gave birth. It is an experience that is better experienced than described. It’s hot, it’s exhilarating, it’s hot, ...

A Walk in the Old Town

A travel blog entry by chop49 on Sep 06, 2013

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... By now, both Hoki and I thought it was high time for some nourishment. There was a restaurant that had a commanding view of the harbor from its deck but it was closed for the season. We settled for afternoon coffee and cakes at a wonderful period-piece place called Kahvila Majurska (http://www.majurska.com/?lang=en). The coffee was excellent and the cakes were divine. The cakes are made daily by the coffee shop’s staff, and these ladies ...

The Wolkoff Farm

A travel blog entry by chop49 on Sep 05, 2013

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... The shorn hay fields were bathed in a rich golden light and there was still warmth to the air. Summer was still here for at least another day. By the time we returned to the house my son, Mikael, and expecting girlfriend, Jutta, had arrived. We chatted for about an hour then they left. Mikael still had work to do on this thesis, and he only had three weeks until Jutta’s due date. Hmmm. I wonder which one will be done ...

Finnish Countryside Sights.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan on Jul 05, 2011

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... time too, is very hard to get used to in a Finnish Summer. There is no actual night at this time of year. Our bodies are not used to this and even if the curtains are pulled, we go to sleep when it is still light and wake up at 2.00 or 3.00 in the morning to full daylight and have difficulty going back to sleep. In summer the Finns take holidays from work, stay in lakeside cabins that, no matter how basic and rustic, all have saunas. They hike, ...