Snorri's Guesthouse

Address: Snorrabraut 61, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

    KEF to TRD via BGO

    A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 22, 2014

    1 comment, 41 photos

    ... a boring stand in the aisle and show you how to inflate the life vest they made it interesting by blending it in with their landscape to illustrate emergency landings or sliding down to life rafts.

    This flight was going to Bergen Norway but would continue further north to Trondheim. For ...

    Snaefellsjokull National Park

    A travel blog entry by jivebarber on Sep 20, 2014

    2 photos

    ... get to see the nearly 200m high fall, but the walk through the valley was very pleasant with lovely views (see first photo). The we drove to the car hire office (via the much-needed car wash!) and from there we caught a taxi back to hotel Fron. A week ago we had what must have been their smallest room; this time we had an apartment! It certainly helped to have the space to ...

    Why Hostels Both Suck and Blow

    A travel blog entry by jrgpayne on Aug 20, 2014

    ... talking at what they believed was whispering but was more like the sound of an old foreign kettle that you put on the stove. Queue the snoring.

    Finally queue me burning up on the inside (from hate) and outside (latex sponge). After all this I was still worried about waking these happy people up with my alarm that was set to go off for this 10 hour day trip my travel buddy booked at a similar time to ****-off o'clock.

    So I got the hell out of ...

    Bizarre Landscape and Quirky People

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Jul 26, 2014

    1 comment

    ... lives here, after all. The infrastructure is phenomenal considering there are only 200,000 taxpayers. No wonder everything is expensive; 100% import duty plus a healthy 25% sales tax certainly help to drive prices up. The country is poor on natural resources (e.g. oil, coal, lumber, precious metals) but rich in what may be the gold of the future (e.g. water, green energies). Recently independent (1944), this is a new country worth watching.