Guesthouse Egilsstadir

Lake Logurinn, Egilsstadir, Iceland | Hotel
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Day 4: Hot Springs and Other Things

A travel blog entry by evan.cole.73

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... woke up at noon to the hostel keeper opening my door to vacuum, apparently having slept through my alarm set for several hours earlier. Having wasted the entire morning, I quickly packed up my things and hit the road for Lake Myvatn. As a hotspot for geothermal activity, the lake is one of the biggest attractions in North Iceland due to the preponderance of natural hot springs, wildlife, and cool mountains. After only about an hour of driving, I made it to ...

Eastbound to Egilisstadir

A travel blog entry by howardstein

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... a dog-bowl. With the recent snowfall, the strait ions were unmistakably beautiful. It was formed between 2500 and 2900 years ago when rising magma met with ground water forcing a massive explosion of steam, ash, and rock. The rim is 1 km in diameter and the crater is 140 meters deep with a round nub in the middle. We hiked up the 25 minute ascent to the rim and walked part of the rim. While there we had a hangout call on our iPhone from Danielle ...

Day Four: All About the Ice

A travel blog entry by rachels694

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... the falls and give ourselves a bit of a geology lesson by examining how geometrical the columns were (from the pieces that have chunked off and piled up at the base). Thankfully the walk back to our vehicle was easy since 90%25 of the time it was downhill! Ahhhhh! Next we headed to a very picturesque glacier lagoon named "Fjallsarlon". Fjallsárlón is a glacier lake at the south end of the Icelandic glacier Vatnajökull. Fjallsjökull which is ...

Sight-seeing to Egilsstadir, Iceland

A travel blog entry by eskimo

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Friday 26 August 2011. We arrived back in Iceland yesterday early afternoon and checked in at the airport hotel (as before) and after consulting the weather forecasts, it didn't appear that we would be able to get to our destination on the east coast today (Friday), so elected to make it a day off to explore Reykjavik. The remainder of the afternoon was spent around the FBO and the hotel until in the evening we met up with a fellow Long-EZ owner and ...

South coast to Egilsstadir

A travel blog entry by petesaga

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We left Reykjavik on the ring road heading south east towards Hveragerdi, taking a detour across the flat, coastal grasslands to Eyrarbakki, a small town of coloured houses huddling behind a storm bank. We drove down to its harbour, abandoned now since the 1990s after insurance for vessels negotiating its reef-strewn approaches became prohibitive, as we heard from the proprietors of a café that has been installed overlooking its old harbour walls. They also told us about ...

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