Hotel Edda Skogar
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Edda Skogar Hvolsvollur
It's fine, hot water and everything
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... the beautiful double waterfall, Systrafoss. We later cross a bridge at the confluence of two rivers, one freshwater, the other glacial. Where the two meet, the muddy water from the glacier floats on top of the clear, fresh water showing a definite boundary before the two mix together.
We continue our journey, following the coast through the Lakagigar lava fields. The Laki eruption of 1783 lasted eight months. An estimated 20–25% of the population died ...
... was a charming city, the main attraction of Iceland is definitely its countryside...so I planned this trip accordingly...the only thing I did not account for was the weather...
We arrived in Reykjavik early in the morning...by "we" I mean - my angel, myself, Sasha-the-girl and her husband Neno...David arrived the day before, and we agreed to meet at Hertz rental car counter in the airport...my ...
... climb up and the other you could walk behind , which we did at midnight by ourselves, and the next day saw massive crowds queuing for the same.they also had a cool reception with work benches and rabbits in a cage outside. The waterfalls were called seljalandsfoss and ...
... because they can be a bit convoluted. Tim, Dar’s husband, watched us play and then told us we were playing under the wrong rules but it was fun anyway. We agreed we would play a fresh game with the right rules when we got back to Skalakot.
Finally two hours go by and time to board the duck! Some guy approaches Arnold and asks him in Spanish how big the group is. Arnold lets him know he is not Spanish and I strike up a short conversation with the guy ...
... bit of trivia!
Right after lunch we walked around a bit and saw this cute little girl with a bucket feeding the horses. Someone said she was the cook’s daughter. She had picked grass and filled a small bucket which she then brought to the horses to eat. I think she was afraid to hand feed them so she would let the horses take turns pulling a little bit of grass out of her bucket at a time. She was having a great time doing this.