Smaratun Guesthouse

Address: Road 261, Hvolsvollur, 861, Iceland | Hostel
 
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This hostel is located on Road 261, Hvolsvollur.
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    Travel Blogs from Hvolsvollur

    Day 5 Vikings, Windswept Beaches, & a Blue Lagoon!

    A travel blog entry by daviswelchtrip on Feb 26, 2015

    5 photos

    ... to me was that there were several corporate groups there having their company outings followed by meetings after everyone is relaxed and comfy! Hey - - - that sounds great to this meeting planner!!

    The Blue Lagoon pool is surrounded by lava rock and the pool bottom is made of a blue'ish white residue that was left over by the volcanoes. The photo in this post doesn't begin to do it justice. The temperature is ...

    What part of Eyjafjallajokull don't you understand

    A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 20, 2014

    ... space saying aliens were going to land at the top of the glacier. Tour operators took them up there - for a fee, of course - but, alas, there were no sightings of extraterrestrials. As we headed into the mountains, suddenly the rain turned to snow. Everything was white, but it didn't seem to slow the traffic down. I had never seen snow so thick! At its densest point, you could see the snow coming in horizontally. Simon said the snow would likely be cleared by the time we ...

    Reykjavik to Skogafoss

    A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw on Aug 25, 2014

    6 photos

    ... These vehicles' wheels are at least a meter in diameter and almost as wide. They're built for navigating snow and mountain passes, although I would love to have one in the city! After the obligatory demonstration on how to drive the snowmobiles (which one family seemed to forget entirely after five minutes) we headed up the glacier. We mostly drove very slowly, which is understandable at first, but gets boring after a while. To be fair, this had more to do with a very spoilt family ...

    Iceland's South Coast

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Jul 07, 2014

    6 comments, 10 photos

    ... a little bakery or a cafe and have some breakfast (or a midnight snack thanks to jet lag). Unfortunately we didn't count on a couple of things; first we arrived in Iceland on Sunday morning and aparently nothing is open before 11a on Sundays and second, most of these "towns" consisted of a collection of farm houses off a gravel road. We finally hit a town with a stoplight and decided to opt for a grocery store where we got ...

    Day 17 Grimborgir to Skogar

    A travel blog entry by wombat.one on Jun 29, 2014

    8 photos

    ... the Westman Islands) and the biggest of them, Heimaey, is populated by over 4,000 people. Unbelievable that anyone would want to live there! The others, of which there are about eleven, are uninhabited. We find out from the on site booking office at Thorlakshofn that a tourist ferry, the Herjolfur, goes around the island a number of times a day (depending on weather conditions) but we have missed the final sailing for the day. We take the ...