Baldursbra Guesthouse

Laufasvegur 41, Reykjavík, IS - 101, Iceland | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

    Pool Sharks & the Aurora Boring-alis

    A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Jan 17, 2010

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Well, the "runtur" was somewhat of a success last night. I say "somewhat" because I gave up around 1am due to the World's Most Famous Hot Dog making me a bit ill. But everyone else really took one for the team and managed to stay out dancing until 4am. I can't give you any more details of what happened on the runtur, because what happens in Iceland …

    Geysers, Glaciers, and Gloom...Oh My

    A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Jan 16, 2010

    4 comments, 3 photos

    It's dark and gloomy here. I didn't think it would bother me, but this 9-hour headache says otherwise.

    We rose at 7am (aka "4 hours before sunrise"), and the tour bus picked us up for a visit to Iceland's famous "Golden Circle". This tour includes Iceland's most famous waterfall, a glacier, a geyser, the American/Eurasian tectonic plate, …

    Ice, Ice, Baby

    A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Jan 15, 2010

    3 photos

    Greetings from the northernmost capital in the world- Reykjavik, Iceland, up near the North Pole. Here in January, the average temperature hovers in the teens, and the sun rises at 11am.

    What crazy mofos would visit Iceland in JANUARY, you say? Well, apparently us, and two friends who came along for the adventure. And why? If you didn't …

    Back to Reykjavik, via some interesting places

    A travel blog entry by philaska on Mar 17, 2014

    14 photos

    ... night before that, as it sits directly between the sea and the huge volcano Katla (Iceland’s biggest) which is buried under the Myrdalsjokull glacier, there will eventually come a time when Katla erupts again, and when it does, the heat from the eruption will melt the glacier and cause cataclysmic floods which will wipe Vik from the face of the earth. There are evacuation plans in place to get everyone out of the village in an hour or so, but the settlement itself ...

    My Christmas present

    A travel blog entry by abbiemorgan on Jan 27, 2014

    ... northern lights boat tour had been cancelled, but our hopes weren't up too high anyway, we have had a good trip.
    Lights out for a sleep that night, for the rise tomorrow to pack and depart Reykjavik for new year celebrations back home in the UK.

    Thank-you for a wonderful Christmas present Damon, couldn't of had a better Christmas xx
    We plan to see the northern lights soon, perhaps further within the arctic circle, where we have a better chance of seeing them. ...