Hotel Edda - IKI Laugarvatn
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Gullfoss Waterfall is one of Iceland’s most majestic waterfalls, plunging down 32 meters into the canyon in two stages. As one ...
... served with Icelandic butter, geothermally boiled eggs, and herring. This is best served with a small glass of Geyser Schnapps which is very cold – nearly freezing.
In the afternoon, you will be able to learn about the Icelandic horse together with its history and special qualities, and also to visit a geothermal greenhouse, before arriving at your accommodation in South Iceland. Tonight, we will step out into the darkness to search for the ...
Checked out of our Scandinavian hut this morning, after having a huge breakfast. Including Bacon and Baked Beanz. We headed into the Thingvellir National Park where Silfra is the clearest and some of the coldest water in the world with unparalleled vision of up to 100 meters. Sadly we didn't take the plunge. We explored much more of the tectonic plats, as it was visible where the actual fault line lays. ...
... and deciduous trees, another cosy scandinavian hut complete with its own jacuzzi. Relaxed in the jacuzzi till the early evening when we ventured out into Laugarvatn town centre. Walked down to the lake where we saw the bubbling geothermal pools. Went out in the evening to a fine dining restaurant; Café Linden where we tried some more Icelandic dishes include dry cured Atlantic fish.
Retired back at the scandinavian cottage for hot chocolates.
... the Saga age of Iceland. The park is situated on the shore of Lake Thingvallavatn, the largest natural lake in Iceland. It's a vast area, hard to take in all at once! And then there's the most amazing part of Thingvellir - it's the site of the Mid-Atlantic ridge and two active tectonic plates which are slowly, slowly moving apart - one east and one west - and the area between is growing year after year, filled with crevices and cracks, and apparently very prone to ...