Guesthouse Borg

Borgarhraun 2 , Grindavik, 240, Iceland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Borgarhraun 2 , Grindavik, is near The Viking Village, Saga Center, and Hornstrandir Nature Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Grindavik

    Arrival in Iceland

    A travel blog entry by herbguhl on May 31, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... large woman. So it was a very comfortable six hour flight and we arrived right on time at 6:30 AM.

    It was the first time I ever had to go through security after deplaning, which seems ridiculous, but apparently it's because of all the connecting flights to different countries with different standards for security. Customs however was a breeze (no paperwork) and the airport reminded me of an Ikea store, with all the Scandinavian looking signage.

    The first part ...

    Last day in Iceland

    A travel blog entry by obrillips on May 07, 2014

    24 photos

    ... up and headed towards a town known for its Viking history and heritage. We were excited to go to the museum (my how we have aged) and learn more of the history of this country we have grown to love. The town of Hvolsvöllur here we come....and there it goes, somewhere an hour back we missed the town which we didn't even see. There was a bad dirt road back there, but a town with museums?? Iceland is not well signed in the slightest. That's a ...

    Day 7: Museum/Gallery Touring & Home Time

    A travel blog entry by bradborno on Apr 23, 2014

    15 photos

    ... next. Dress in layers, and bring plenty of clothing for the unexpected.


    3.) Wool is a deal! Not many things can be considered cheap in Iceland, but the wool was nearly half the price as at home in Canada. Beyond the price, the color selection was vast in comparison to stores in Canada.


    4.) Food is Expensive! When dining in at a restaurant, expect most entrees to be priced near $40 give or take ...

    New country is last country

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Apr 01, 2014

    7 photos

    ... thereafter like living dead, but, well, you just enjoy the pool. Everywhere I looked there was someone moving one way, then trying a different direction, slowly changing direction, looking hard in that direction only to find that that, too, held people, water, rocks. Lovely, if aimless. That can be the point, but make sure you're up for it. And do take a towel. The next price up includes a towel and drink, but whether that's worth another 25 euros to you may vary. Above that ...

    Broiled taffy ala Iceland

    A travel blog entry by nickgweilch on Mar 25, 2014

    2 photos

    ... locker. He freaked big time and convinced himself that it was because he was not using the number and locker he had been allocated and attacked the dodgy locker to retrieve his clothes with a gusto not seen in these parts for a few years. Still feel totally ...