Hotel Edda Nesjum
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
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Travel Blogs from Höfn
... sea. No too conducive to agriculture. The whole island is volcanic!!! The vertical lava wall makes for all the waterfalls.
Every homestead is a group of buildings tucked right against the cliff face. The group of buildings consists of a main house, minor dwellings (for the staff probably), a series of sheds ( for storage and I think to house the animals in the winter time) and sometimes a small church. You never see ...
... By now, it is raining heavily and there is a biting wind. We watch the Arctic Tern excitedly swooping on the wind and even catch a few seals braving the icy waters. Dressed in our bright orange life jackets, we board the vehicle for the coldest, wettest journey this holiday! We see some spectacular icebergs that have broken away from the largest glacier in Iceland, Vatnajokull. Elham gets really cold ...
... for a black, red and white sand dune contrasted in vertical panoramics. However no matter what angle I chose, after walking for hours the grass was always in it. The grass, the wind and the sand were in symbiosis. The sand would blow away if it wasn't for the grass. The grass wouldn't be there if it weren't for the sand, and the wind had found every angle that you couldn't have either one without the other in a shot. So I thought it was meant to be and included ...
... Who would believe a sandstorm in Iceland?? This is the southeast corner of the country where many glaciers flow down from the giant Vatnajokull ice cap. This is also a landscape which has been shaped and re shaped over the centuries by volcanos. Nearby is the massive one which interrupted air traffic so much in 2010. In 1783 another volcano in this area (Katla) killed 9000 people (one fifth of the country's population at the time) and destroyed livestock and plant life in ...
... up the ash so that it felt as though we were driving through a mist into an absolute void. Originally this land was fertile farmland, but in a disastrous eruption in the 1300s ash and floods completely annihilated the area and it is now a wasteland. It's also where the first Viking to come to Iceland in the 700s ( after whom the place is named) settled, so it's very famous. But today it's a surreal desert. Eventually we got to the headland, ...