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Travel Blogs from Selfoss
... there. Pink-footed geese crossing the road to sit in the grass. The drowning pool. Öxaráfoss. I took hundreds of photos. I picnicked on a rock. I went back to the viewpoint. I paddled in the Öxará and nearly lost my toes to frostbite. I watched some lunatics leaping into the fissures - the first time I wasn't sure if they were mad, stupid or suicidal but I was fairly sure it was going to end in catastrophe. I got a fantastic sequence of photos ...
... or operating zips etc. In the end the only part of you that's directly exposed to the water are your hands and face, it's actually easy enough to ignore the cold in your face but my hands were very cold, lots of crab claw motions while in the water to try to keep the blood flowing and warm them up.
The neck of my suit was a little loose so Jessie gave me a collar to out on over the seal to help prevent water getting in. At first Jessie tightened it a ...
... from all over the world. Throughout the house were paintings by Icelandic artists; although we weren’t drawn to many of them, they were all still an improvement over Erró from the Reykjavik Art Museum.
After completing our little tour we decided to recapitulate one of his favorite walks. It went along the river Kaldakvísl, which runs right next to the house. We crossed over the small but vigorously rushing river on a green ...
... waterfall is protected.
There is a gift shop and small restaurant at the falls. The food is a little pricey, but good. The gift shop has a decent selection and compared to some of the shops in Reykjavik, the prices were fairly comparable.
Back in the car and off to Strokkur geyser. It may be because we couldn't convey where we wanted to go correctly to the GPS, but we did have some problems finding this geyser. The car GPS couldn't find it, but ...
... blows water to approximately 25m high every 5 to 10 minutes. It is less high than what Geysir was used to, but it is very ponctual and regular!
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting