Guesthouse Borg

Borgarhraun 2 , Grindavik, 240, Iceland | Hotel
Prices starting from $75.00
 

Travel Blogs from Grindavik

Last day in Iceland

A travel blog entry by obrillips

24

... 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 5: Iceland's South Coast Continued

A travel blog entry by bradborno

29

... icebergs. The glacial lake has been increasing in size as the glacier retreats inland from the Atlantic Ocean. It originally developed over 60 years ago when the glacier was only a couple hundred meters from the Ocean. Tour operators conduct snowmobile & jeep tours, as well as walking tours on the glacier. For us today, we would enjoy the banks of the lake instead, capturing the icebergs as they made there way into the Atlantic ...

Reykjavik - mad, bad, sad and charming

A travel blog entry by nickgweilch

1

I do like the eclectic mix of Reykjavik - part touristy, part high end, part counter culture and a lot of weirdness. The main street (Laugavegur) has it all. My favourite was the space suit..... The inside of the Harpa is very impressive too and close up the glass looks stunning. Nice two mile trot preparing us for the Northern Lights trip ...

Broiled taffy ala Iceland

A travel blog entry by nickgweilch

2

... 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 ...

A trip to another planet

A travel blog entry by philaska

8

... are available such as whale, puffin and horse ("Fillet of Foal".... hmmmm....), though Icelanders themselves probably eat less of those items than is generally thought. Icelandic lamb comes from genetically pure sheep who are directly descended from the Viking imports, and as Iceland has very strict rules about not importing foreign livestock (or their diseases), their breeds of sheep and horses are untouched by other outside influences. The ...

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