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To dress or undress?

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To dress or undress?

Just wondering - we are staying in log cabins but having half board at tunturi, do we have to take off our thermal suits when we arrive for breakfast and evening meal ? so i know to wear the right things underneath, and what about in restaurants in saariselka again do you have to take your suits off??

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1. Re: To dress or undress?

The dress code in Lapland resorts is totally relaxed, but as heating and insulation are very efficient you will find it more comfortable to strip off a layer or two.

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2. Re: To dress or undress?

Some people simpy roll the top part of their snowsuit overalls to the waist, but keep them on othewise (especially for breakfast). For the evening meal it may be more comfortable to have some trousers/jeans underneath so you can take the overall off and won't be sweating indoors (which would then result in freezing outdoors).

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