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

Coffees and Reindeer Pizzas

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

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... rest of the way. She does not have to be in a particular place that night, and Egilsstadir does not look particularly appealing, especially in this weather. So we drive the finaln 25km to Seydisfjordur, over a road which rises up and over a pass, which is probably very scenic and beautiful were it not for the fact that we can see nothing past 20metres in front of us, such is the fog.

Having finally found the youth hostel in the town, I ...

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

... road (sadly, it is very difficult to find anywhere to stop to look at the amazing landscapes one is driving through: the roads tend to be built up on sort of causeways, we think possibly to prevent snowdrifts, and there is no verge to pull off onto; very occasionally there is a small layby) that we had driven through gasping at, and were desperate to look at closer. As far as the eye could see (admittedly, not all that far under the mist!) the surface was a weird mass of ...

Volcanic voyeurism

A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jul 02, 2012

1 comment, 52 photos

... making the walk with fly nets, only to discover the swarming midges seconds later. On our various short stops keeping the midge count within the car to a minimum became a mission, but the lovely views around the lake made it more than worth it. Another of the major attractions in the area is Dimmuborgir, a spectacular lava field with huge striking formations. Before going for the trek we visited the shop/restaurant and Shenae purchased a jumper, where she was supposed to take it back ...

Day 4: High Mountain Roads

A travel blog entry by yeeszetolaw on Jun 26, 2012

21 photos

... to drive through (the road curved along the outline of the fjords), we were on the keen lookout for the "shortcut" - known as the Oxi Pass. This very high road cuts through the mountains on a more direct route to Eglisstadir. The long route would be to circle another couple of fjords - adding a good 1.5 hours to the journey.

We found "Oxi Pass" and even from afar, it looked daunting. Luckily, it was a dry, cloudy day as I imagine it would ...