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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Eyvindara Egilsstadir
We stayed is an wonderful little cabin while at Eyvindara Guesthouse. The room had a small kitchenette, a table, and two single beds just what we needed. The bathroom was a hoot as it was very long and very narrow but it was neat and clean and had a nice warm showers, again just what we needed. The only negative was in the cabin there was no internet connection but otherwise the place was great.
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We woke up and there was NO RAIN! YEA!!! So we automatically new it was going to be a great day. Today was mostly a driving and view the dramatic landscapes of Iceland. One of our happy things of the day was once again the sheep. They are everywhere, in the valley's, near the rushing glacial waters, up on the steep rock mountain sides, and often in …
... the fence and stop charging.
Our hotel was next to a small shopping center where we enjoyed checking out the supermarket. Bonus is the big supermarket chain in Iceland that seems to carry everything from frozen and packaged foods to baby clothes and cleaning supplies. Their cartoon pig logo can be seen all over the country.
... old lava flows with no vegetation, just lava rocks thrown all over on both sides. As we got closer to Egilsstadr the countryside turned into a scene that looked like Switzerland. Green and many small waterfalls on both sides of the road. What a contrast from what we were seeing during the first half of the day.
This is being written at 4 in the morning. The sun is out and the sky is clear. But it seems it is high noon. You go to bed and the sun is up. ...
... and well appointed. Our evening meal consists of reindeer pate, lamb as the main and rhubarb crumble. Rhubarb is very popular in these parts of Iceland. Interesting facts: We have learned many interesting facts about Iceland. For example, we have discovered that Iceland is the second windiest country of the world. Can you guess the country which holds first place? Send us your ...
... Through modern technology we gave them a tour of the crater and the surrounding sights of the lake. Grjotagja fissure was our next amazing sight. Here the plates of the earth moved apart causing a lava flow. Visually it looks like the earth opened up by someone ripping the earth apart. It was most impressive. We then gassed up the car and purchased provisions for a picnic lunch a la Toyota Auris. We headed east leaving the Lake Myvatn ...