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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Travel Blogs from Neskaupstaour

Hitchhike to Hofn

A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 26, 2014

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... they offer to take me to Hofn with them.

The women are actually all work colleagues who have decided to come away to Iceland for a holiday together for about a week, driving around the ring road in their mobile home, which is comfortably furnished but not really ideal for driving in today's extremely blustery conditions. Driving around the roads that follow the fjord edges, the wind gets dangerously strong, and I think some of us are a little concerned that the ...

Trip to Borgarfjordur

A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 24, 2014

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... are not letting on to the public all they know, and that the eruption, if/when it does happen, could be a big and damaging one.

In Reydarfjordur I wait another fifteen minutes and eventually get picked up by an older Icelandic woman who can drive me to Egilsstadir. Unfortunately, she does not speak any English, so its a slightly awkward drive, though we can communicate enough for me to know that her name is Ana Christine.

My plan had been to get to ...

Hitchhiking failure

A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 23, 2014

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... and 1. Its not an exact science.

I pack up the tent and have a leisurely breakfast and head over to the stop in time for 12. And wait. And wait more. I read a book to pass the time, but look up whenever a car passes, but nothing looking anything like a mail van goes by. When it gets to about quarter past one, I give up and go back to the information office to find out what is going on. Eventually ...

The Sun Came Out Today!

A travel blog entry by abalzer on Jul 13, 2014

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... cool. Another interesting thing was how big the fjords and mountains were in comparison to homes, regular sized houses looked tiny when we would see them from a distance. Iceland is really like a land for giants. East Iceland is also home to the reindeer and the owner of “Bones, Sticks, & Stones” told us that they come into town and get in peoples gardens, sound just like deer stories we hear at home. ...

Another day in rainy paradise

A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Jun 21, 2014

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... with a couple of hundred residents. The food was very nice. I had a soup for $14, but that also included bread (more like cake) and a cup of coffee. The soup was nicer than the one yesterday, minestrone. Not much time after lunch to do some walking but we found a gift shop that has some quite interesting things. A couple of things caught my eye - serviettes with fairisle knitting patterns on them and crystals with images of volcano,icebergs and ...