- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... fishermen and anglers.
30 km on we descended into the little town of Kirkenes. This small collection of houses and other buildings has a far greater significance in world history than its' size would indicate. The area around Kirkenes has important deposits of iron and managanese, which is presumably why it exists in the first place. However, up to and during WW2, it became far more significant. Initially, it was of importance ...
... th, I’m writing this on 11th) – temperatures last week were 8°C, yesterday they hit 30°C plus and the poor dog couldn’t cope. Julie and I are increasingly taken with this area, so much so that we are determined to come back when the land is in the grip of snow and ice. It should be quite an experience.
We were done in the museum before 4 so Julie and I headed back to our room to don warmer clothes for the upcoming boat trip, getting ...
... had spotted the previous evening. Here some bits & pieces were acquired and I had the opportunity to look into the adjoining workshop where the man was turning bits of reindeer antlers into buttons, brooches, necklaces and so on. Then it was our final stop, a knife shop established in 1929 by a chap called Marttiini. The sales women were very good and fun and we passed a pleasant 15 minutes or so with them and their fearsome collection of extremely sharp knives of ...
... mudman I went over the the garage washbay and hosed myself down
then went and filled up with fuel.
In the last 60 or so miles along this bumpy road I had only seen one car
and one truck. Its one of the remotest places I have ever been.
Bike refuelled and its into the shop for a nice hot chocolate. The chap in
here was a real gentleman and when he saw me I think he took pity on me looking
like a frozen ice man!! Right away he simply handed me a cup of hot coffee and a ...
... we arrived they had had dinner in the koti and they saw the northern lights that night – possibly they were all served hallucinogenic mushroom soup at dinner. For our koti dinner we had mushroom soup(!). And reindeer stew. And berries for dessert. The three food groups of Lapland! As we were finishing up dinner our host informed us all that the skies were clear so we should go out to check for the lights. I suspect she wanted us out ...