Guesthouse Stekkabol

Stekkar 19, Patreksfjorour, IS-450, Iceland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Stekkar 19, Patreksfjorour, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Patreksfjorour

    Day 9 - Mommy's Birthday

    A travel blog entry by hopkins4 on Aug 19, 2014

    9 photos

    Mommy's birthday... Reid and I wake up to an Icelandic sunrise at 5:00 am - then we go back to sleep ...    A bit of a colder day today - we start the day off with a walk by the harbour to glimpse our seal and to drink hot chocolate in the rain!! We checked out the light house at Malarrif and while we are there we ...

    Day 7 - A Whale of a Time

    A travel blog entry by hopkins4 on Aug 17, 2014

    7 photos

    Took a walk in the morning from Hellnar on the trail to Arnartstapi.  The trail goes through lava fields, with some awesome cliffside views.  Nice sunny day to start our adventures... For the afternoon we travelled to Olafsvik on the north end of West Iceland.  Here we went on Laki tours to go whale watching.  The captain started our time by telling us to go to the harbour, as there was a baby seal hanging out there. ...

    Glacier Lodge

    A travel blog entry by hopkins4 on Aug 15, 2014

    6 photos

    The place we stayed at in West Iceland was amazing to say the least.  It was called the Glacier Lodge.  It was in a cluster of about 15 lodges with a great view of the Greenland Sea and the Glacier.  We decided it was so awesome we had to blog just about it.  One morning, to much surprise, we were invaded by farm animals:  icelandic horses and sheep!  Looking in the windows at us.  Garret and ...

    We Got Into Hot Water in the Westfjords

    A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Aug 10, 2014

    ... company. To this treat was added the sheer exuberance of Nature. I cannot recall such an extraordinarily wide variety of terrain and vegetation in any other country I have visited. Within a century of settlement, Man had radically deforested the island, to the extent that for 400 years until 1950 much of it was officially declared desert. To this day, despite a program of widespread soil conservation, reforestation and de-stocking, only 10% of the land area ...

    How Much Mud is Too Much Mud

    A travel blog entry by abalzer on Jul 19, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... pictures and then had a picnic lunch in the car because it was raining outside. The fjord we traveled around was beautiful in its own misty haunting kind of way and it was an experience just driving the car. Our car was trashed from all of the muddy roads but so was every other car in the parking lot at the falls. It was funny because we had all experienced the same thing.

    After our picnic we continued on our ...