My 20th visit in Lapland was partly a disappointment. Why? It was light until 22.30 in the second half of April and my Central European guests would have liked to ski in the evening. Levi cannot compete with the Alps but they have the light nights. Slopes and tracks were still fine but service on the cross-country tracks and in restaurants stopped on the 2nd Easter Day - no more buffet tables, cafeterias getting closed, activities unavailable. Even the reindeer farm Levin Lapinkylä was closed. Proper communications would have helped but there was no. One could not help feeling that season was over and we were not worth servicing any more.
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