Tradition Hotel Kultahovi Inari
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsTradition Hotel Kultahovi Inari
Looking out of the room and dining room at the silver river Rapids as the sun sets in the west. Just magic!! Excellent restaurant, sauna in each room. Lovely forest walks, just outside our door.
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Slept well with the soothing sound of the river. We slept in and after Peter finished his work conversations we went to the supermarket in town for a few essentials and then to the Sami Museum. It covered the indigenous cultural groups of northern Scandinavia, who had written language (engravings on stone) 200BC. There was also beautifully …
We had a day traveling north through the forest to Inari, in the centre of Sami culture, in Lapland the far north of Finland. There we frequent sightings of reindeer on the road, walking along the road and beside the road. Reindeer of all color variations from albino, to grey, brown and almost black coats. Reindeer with fawns, half grown, males …
... just fantastic when hiking in the northern woods.
Halfway we ascended up a mountain known as Joenkielinen. It is always horrendously painful to ascend a mountain or any height for that reason when it is hot and when you are tired.
But it is well worth it when you reach the top.
Well, except for the fact that the rainfall made it to ...
... Museum’. Here there were exhibits on mining (avoided) and fascinatingly, exhibits on WW2, including a fully-fledged Ilyushin IL2, mannequins accompanied by eye-witness stories and other items from that period. One story that really struck home was when the German troops and the Russians having fought over the winter months, took a breather during April, when the weather warmed up a little. So much so that the Germans actually sent ...
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Then it was time to go and after a quick stop at a supermarket and adjacent market for lunch items, we were off, all of 6 miles as we simply had to stop at the Arctic Circle and Santa World, else Elaine would never have forgiven us!
Thenceforth our road took us northwards through forest and yet more forest, passing occasional lakes and every now and then, meadows. Even more occasionally, we were afforded more widespread views and these gave a ...