Fjardarhotel Neskaupstad

Address: Egilsbraut 1, Neskaupstaour, 740, Iceland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Egilsbraut 1, Neskaupstaour.
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Travel Blogs from Neskaupstaour

ATV'ing Through Icelandic Forests

A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 01, 2015

8 photos

... speak any Icelandic here. Perhaps out of fear of sounding silly or because most people speak English, so it's easy to fall back on what I know.

Either way, the grocery store cashier was beyond rude but as a whole I still thoroughly enjoy trying to talk to Icelanders when I can. Even though with many it's difficult to get them to really open up. Those in the tourist industry are obviously much more used to it than locals in some of the small towns we've gone through.


From the Eastern Fjords to the Lobster Capitol!

A travel blog entry by daviswelchtrip on Aug 30, 2015

2 comments, 8 photos

... to get into south Iceland where there were amazing black beaches, mountains that go right up to the ocean, and you guessed it - - more sheep! We had a couple of near misses today but if our luck holds we are going to get out of this country in a few days having not taken out any area livestock!!!! Tonight we are staying in a tiny town called Hofn, population, 1,665. It’s another thriving but small town and is considered to be ...


A travel blog entry by tenkings78 on Jul 09, 2015

3 photos

When a got here last night we almost turned around and left again. There it's a Campsite in town with an area for campervan, and it was almost completely full. We squeezed in anyway. Had a quick look around and went to a Sushi restaurant for dinner, which was excellent. We were told today that Iceland has the ingredients but not the knowledge for good Sushi, so far. This restaurant is run by Americans. ...

Episode 8

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 01, 2015

58 photos

... an old lava field with several waterfalls that have cut small and large ravines into the escarpment edge. The bigger and best of these is Hengifoss. The walk up to these falls is beside the gorge the stream has cut through the lower part of the escarpment and the stream keeps on tumbling down through a series of cascades and another small waterfall that is surrounded by long basalt columns. It’s not possible to get in close to the main falls without ...

Onwards and onwards!

A travel blog entry by eskimo on Jun 24, 2015

7 comments, 14 photos

... work to do on permissions etc, a retreat was mde to the hotel, calculating that our afternoon stroll had been about 8km/5 miles. However, there’s only so much computer work one can do on a lovely evening and a beer beckoned. We found a great little bistro with a conservatory catching the evening sun; obviously a popular spot as all the outside tables/chairs were occupied. The evening was finished off with a shared icecream - we know how to live!