Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario9 Feb 2016

Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario

Algonquin Provincial Park is the oldest and most famous in Ontario, and one of the biggest in Canada, with a surface of 7.725 square meters covered by lakes, forests, swamps and rivers. It’s located above Toronto, at a distance of 3 or 4 hours by car, and the chances to enjoy the true nature are countless, whether you want to walk a few kilometres by the prepared routes, or whether you want to try long

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Hay Lake Lodge, cabins in Algonquin, Canada5 Feb 2016

Hay Lake Lodge, cabins in Algonquin, Canada

After leaving Niagara, our next stage in our Canadian route took us to Algonquin Provincial Park, in Ontario Province too, where we stayed in the cabins by Hay Lake, more specifically in Hay Lake Lodge & Cottages. While we were planning our route we decided from the first moment that we should enjoy the Canadian environment, because visiting the cities wouldn’t be enough to know a country where almost all the population concentrates on the

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Punkaharju Isthmus21 Dec 2015

Punkaharju Isthmus

Punkaharju Isthmus, North of the lake system of Saimaa, is a narrow stretch of land of 7 kms, which is formed by a hill range from the Glacial Age. It’s covered by forests and it’s one of the most known images from the Finnish lake region. It divides Puruvesi and Pihlajavesi lakes and offers excellent views and places to make a picnic or to swim.

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Cabins in Finland16 Dec 2015

Cabins in Finland

After three nights in Helsinki we entered the heart of the country, to spend a week in a cabin at the bank of a lake. We were surrounded by the nature and far away from the noise, the rush and the people which are typical at every big city. These were real holidays. Spending a few days in a cabin in Finland means a really relaxing experience. Most of the cabins have almost the same

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Spiez Castle30 Apr 2015

Spiez Castle

After spending the morning at Blausee Lake we visited Spiez Castle. This is one of the most recognizable images of Thunersee Lake, besides Oberhofen. Both the castle and the Romanic chapel are built above a rocky peninsula with peak form which goes through the lake. It owes its name to this particular form, because Spitz means peak in German.

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