Fjardarhotel Reydarfjordur

Address: Budareyri 6, Reydarfjordur, 730, Iceland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Budareyri 6, Reydarfjordur.
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Travel Blogs from Reydarfjordur

Middle Earth and Beyond

A travel blog entry by nesstrav on May 24, 2015

37 photos

... church floor. No church is actually known to have existed inthis spot, but it's very easy to see why people would think the geological formation was man made. It's quite mysterious sitting at the edge of a field full of sheep, and along a little dirt path. It made me wonder what it must have been like for the first few to see it and how it has changed since. I asked Travis how far he thought the basalt columns went into the ground. He ...

Coffees and Reindeer Pizzas

A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 18, 2014

2 photos

... again do battle with the now familiar flies. The sky is turning a nasty grey colour and I think it will probably rain before not too long, so I turn down offers to drop me a little way along the road in favour of waiting to see if anyone is going the whole way to Egilsstadir. I dont want to get stuck in the road somewhere if the heavens are going to open up, at least near Reykjahlid there is a campsite I can go to as plan B.

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East coast Iceland

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Aug 01, 2014

43 photos

... and my total incomprehension in Icelandic, we had fun trying to communicate. We were offered the option to put on snow suits and try our hand at driving the "snow scooters" out on the glacier but amazingly, no one in our group took them up on it.





The first order of business was to let most of the air out of the jeep tires in order to get traction on ...

Eastward ho!

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Jul 29, 2013

6 comments, 66 photos

... yards of bleak tundra, or maybe a rushing stream, and at other times the first little bit of the mountains - just enough to tantalise us with the knowledge that they were there, probably gorgeous, but out of sight. At Myvatn, (Midge Lake) the famous beauty spot, we saw nothing but a bit of water lapping at the side of the road at one point. It is in a volcanic area, though, and we did get out for two very interesting sorties. The first was just a bit of volcanic landscape ...

Day Four: All About the Ice

A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Jul 02, 2013

32 photos

... seen only in the winter months). After all the excitement, Dario and I climbed back into our vehicle and drove further west to our hotel for the night. Turns out it was very near this town famous for lobster. After a day full of fun and excitement...lobster sounded great. So we headed to the town and I decided not to figure out the exchange rate on how much lobster in Iceland would cost....and instead...just enjoyed the meal. Some things are better left ...