Hotel Leirubakki

Hella, IS-851, Iceland | Hotel
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This hotel is located in Hella.
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    Travel Blogs from Hella

    Volcano, glacier and black sand!

    A travel blog entry by kristendanson on Jun 08, 2014

    3 comments

    ... watching him try to process the idea that we are outside of wifi or wireless range :-)

    Loving life on the road!

    Funny aside...in the middle of dinner today Jack said "Mom, would you like to save $500 year?" I replied "Sure, that would be great!". His quick response was that "We should hit Canadian Tire when we get home. They have a thing that shrink wraps your food for the fridge and it can save you $500 a year in groceries, K mom?"
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    South Region

    A travel blog entry by wwyliu on Oct 17, 2013

    15 photos

    ... major disruption to Europe air traffic for almost a week. Eyjafjallaj÷kull visitor centre opens only from May to Sep and only opens for group visit for the rest of the year. The visitor centre was opened for a group that day so we were able to walk in to take a quick look.

    The next stop was Skˇgafoss. We hiked all the way to the top of ...

    Laugavegur Hike: Day Four

    A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Aug 21, 2013

    4 photos

    ... dubious), St Johns Wood, Knightsbridge, Leicester Square, Monument, North Finchley, Oxford Circus, Poplar, Queensway, Regents Park, Shadwell, Turnham Green, Uxbridge, Victoria, Westminster, EXcel, WhYtechapel"

    At the top of one section we realised that at a fast pace, we could probably make the bus back to Reykjavik rather than camp another night. After some Soreen malt loaf (pronounced "Soreeeenn!") we all powered ...

    Day 2 travelling south

    A travel blog entry by suewarmington on Jul 28, 2013

    5 photos

    ... of a hot pool we'd read about. Mmmm we found it, it was probably the greenest looking water we'd ever bathed in but it was soooo warm and relaxing that thoughts of algae disappeared from our minds and your skins feels so smooth afterwards. Mind you, when I asked Grace if she was ready to get out yet, she said 'I was ready straight after I got in!' ...She prefers a more civilised swim! We had fun jumping rocks on the way back to the car - the aim was to not step on any ...

    How long is an Icelandic kilometre?

    A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Jul 17, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... lupines, or torrents of glacial waters tumbling over precipices. More often than not, when the skies are heavy with clouds and the rain is pounding the windshield, it looks like a dark and moody landscape, the mountains disappearing beneath of a veil of clouds in an almost sinister beauty. And sometimes - on rare but wonderful moments - the sun is dancing on the surface of a glacier, making everything sparkle and glisten; or casting its golden glow on the land and sea. ...