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

2 photos

... Sigur Ros, Amiina, and other non-Icelandic bands that seem to fit the mood.

The weather has become pretty bad during the drive and by the time we get to Egilsstadir it is raining and it is foggy. I dont particular relish the idea of camping in this weather, and so decide to try to get to one of the fjord towns past Egilsstadir that have a hostel. I pick on Seydisfjordur, as its only 25km away. Dawkins is nice enough to offer to drive ...

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

... in Northern Iceland undertook to have it all done by midday, so we took ourselves off to visit the famous Akuryeri Botanic Gardens. Unfortunately it was hard to get enthusiastic about them: firstly, I was still feeling as if I just wanted to crawl under a rock and die because of my cold (I perked up a lot later; isn't it funny how you go through that first bit of a virus of really feeling so SORRY for yourself, and then suddenly, with no appreciable change in the ...

Seydisfjordur, Iceland

A travel blog entry by lynruskin on Jul 24, 2013

6 photos

... township. The walk took us above the town and along a ridge with many waterfalls cascading down the mountains, past the local nine hole golf course and past a hay farm. The views were spectacular and the photos don't really capture the beauty of the scenery. The walk took about 2 1/2 hrs and as we approached the town we headed for the local pub to sample the local brown drink. No fancy name this time. We can usually get wifi at the pub ...

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 ...