Rantasipi Tropiclandia Spa Hotel

Address: Lemmenpolku 3, Vaasa, Western Finland, 65170, Finland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Lemmenpolku 3, Vaasa.
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    Travel Blogs from Vaasa


    A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Jun 16, 2015

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    ... lifetime. I'll have to ask Isaac if had heard about this post glacial uplift in his degree. Every caravan park here has a sauna. Usually we haven't been able to use it because we haven't had time, or it has been booked out. But, here we have made the time to have a sauna a cole of mornings. It feels lovely, but boring sitting. In there by myself. I can understand why people go for a swim after their sauna, but it's still way too cold for me to do ...

    My First Swim

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... With that then, we were off at 11:45 and were able to turn the engine off by 13:30, when the wind finally arrived with enough strength to enable us to progress under the cruising chute and mainsail.

    The route south, given that land was never more than a few miles away and the waters were shallow, is best travelled within the buoyed channel, with a maximum safe draft here of 5m, so we had lots to spare. The buoys, usually but not always port and starboard ...

    Very nice Vaasa

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 21, 2014

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    ... washing visibly drying in the beautiful, hot afternoon, we hopped on the bikes (more of an ungainly scramble in Julie’s case, her excuse is that she didn’t have a bike as a child), crossed the embankment and entered the town. To be honest, we didn’t expect too much of Vaasa but with its’ wide avenues and sense of space, we rather liked it. Hereabouts, Swedish is very commonly the primary language and apparently 25% of the ...

    10 out of 10

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... stopping at convenient locations, ones which hopefully are rewarding either in terms of usefulness (shops, internet, water, fuel & washing machines) or historical or aesthetic reasons. Our next main port of call, Vaasa, fits into the former category as most of it had to be rebuilt after a dispute between Russia, Sweden and Germany in 1715 and a huge fire in 1852. However, Vaasa was a bit too far for a ...

    Last Day of Festival

    A travel blog entry by canandlids on May 23, 2012

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    Erikk had caught a bunch of perch and filleted them for us. Barbara served us fish, with chopped dill, bread, cukes, tomatoes, cheese, etc. They also barbecued some sausages and we ate till we were full. The bus driver came and we were all sorry we had to leave. What wonderful and gracious hosts. What a tremendous and unforgettable way to conclude our Vaasa experience.