Fjardarhotel Neskaupstad

Address: Egilsbraut 1, Neskaupstaour, IS-740, Iceland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Egilsbraut 1, Neskaupstaour.
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A travel blog entry by tenkings78 on Jul 09, 2015

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... has a quirky creative vibe, and a beautiful blue church. This morning we got out of bed and everybody had gone! We realised that they had all been here for the weekly ferry, which goes to Denmark. So now it was just us, much better. We went kayaking with a guide for three hours down the fjord, saw some puffins and other birds. The ferry left as we came back in, giving us some massive waves to ride ...

Episode 8

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 01, 2015

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... here and some birch forest too, well grown tress as well as more recently planted areas. And this lovely sunshine today has brought out the lupins. Great swathes of them around the district with their bright pink/purple/blue flower heads, they may be an environmental disaster but one can’t blame people for liking them because they do add a really warm spring feel to the place and look great too.Out past the little village to Bakkagerth at the end of ...

Scenery and Puffins

A travel blog entry by jwbea on Jun 25, 2015

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... of considerable controversy with one side proclaiming the jobs and economic benefits and the opponents pointing to negative effects to the environment. Aluminum processing releases large amounts of toxic fluoride into the atmosphere and soil. The jury is still out on this, but opponents also sight the economic boom of this new plant as partially fueling the bubble which brought down the Icelandic banking system in ...

Episode 7

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 23, 2015

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... foot print left by Oden’s 8 legged horse, while the more scientific would have us believe it was created by one of those huge glacial outburst floods 4000-2000 years ago. L isn’t speculating on just who might be right. It is quite a canyon however and shelters one of the few remaining natural woodland in the country. there is birch, rowan, willow and some pine here and the bird song is almost deafening at times. there is a small crystal clear lake ...

Take that Reykjavik Puffins!

A travel blog entry by cookcorn on May 20, 2015

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... their own cars. Its a 48+ hour trip on the North Atlantic - braver souls than us, that's for sure. Tripadvisor lists the town as having just the one attraction - the church - but that's not correct, there are plenty of walks to do (when safe and not too snowy) and at the end of the fjord via gravel road is a nature reserve called Skalanes. A lesson in not trusting everything you read on the internet.

The 'road' to Skalanes is about ...