Canal Hotel

Address: Baejarhraun 4, Hafnarfjordur, 220, Iceland | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Hafnarfjordur

City tour & Blue Lagoon

A travel blog entry by seejay on Oct 24, 2014

... two grilled skewers. Monkfish and lamb and chicken wings. deep fried veggies served in a bowl All perfectly cooked. Curly fries and a Cobbette of corn served with a pat of butter and black lava salt, it was a great meal. All of this , including the slab of bread, served on a wood carving board. We took a shuttle to the bus station , transferred to a big bus and off to the blue lagoon. We walked through a path with lava walls on each side ...

Reykjavik

A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw on Aug 23, 2014

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... stuck due to the volcano. After that interesting encounter, we headed back to the city in search of dinner. It took a while, but we eventually settled on an Italian restaurant. Not very adventurous, I know, but most places were fully booked (it was already 21:00) whilst others served Icelandic specialties such as fermented shark, minke whale and puffin, none of which are at the top of my list if things to eat before I die. It has been an interesting first day in ...

The Golden Circle

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Jul 28, 2014

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Our first walk of the day led us through a National Park that can't be spelled with the mere 26 letters of the English alphabet. Icelandic has 36 letters, many of which have more than one pronunciation, so I will attempt a phonetic spelling--Thing-vet-leer. This is not only Iceland's oldest national park, it was the site of the world's first parliament, known as the Althing. I ...

The Hidden People

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Jul 25, 2014

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We took a city bus out to the town of Hafnarjodur (try saying that even once).  It has a population of 27,000 making it the second largest city in Iceland.   Christine and Caleb went on a tour with Elisabet who told the group about the 'elves'.  Christine was not impressed that Elisabet was not playing it up for the kids enough and could not muster up answers to any questions i.e.: What do they eat? Response: ...

Minke Whale Anyone?

A travel blog entry by tomkilbey29 on Jul 02, 2014

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... strange thing was the price of alcohol. During happy hour, you could get a glass of local beer for 800kr (more than 4 quid). If you wanted a spirit, or something equally exotic, you'd have to remortgage your house.

If truth be told, there were few sights to see in the city itself, of course the appeal of Iceland is in the natural wonders that it boasts. The Golden Circle tour is probably the best known tour of these sights, and although we ...