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

Scariest drive of my life

A travel blog entry by debfryers on Aug 03, 2015

4 comments, 20 photos

... station - Nice huh Angora socks from a petrol stop.

FACT: if you run one over you have to pay the local farmer a lot of money you are liable despite it being in the middle of the road and they often run towards you trying to avoid you..

Today was one of the most gruelling driving days that I did not expect, I travelled over 400 kms and did not do much sight seeing due to the extreme curvature of the road, tight turns, loads of gravel and ...

The Eastern Fjords

A travel blog entry by jannettek on Jul 09, 2015

1 comment, 34 photos

... as Icelandic and there is a historic French seaman's cemetery.

At the end of the day there was another long haul over high snow covered mountains to reach Seyðisfjörður, our stop for the night. The temperature over these mountains was 3C, and we were again amazed to ...

Episode 8

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 01, 2015

58 photos

... have vegetated the old glacial moraines so that there are plenty of rocks sticking up and holes to fall into if one doesn’t watch ones footing. Plenty of pools of water too both large and small and if the weather hadn’t been so cold and windy the bugs would have been a dense black fog, a biting one.One lovely walk we all did, me in L’s coat as usual, was around the Rauthanes peninsula, a small protected headland with some lovely off shore ...

Episode 7

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 23, 2015

112 photos

... of them liked to pick fights with each other. Some of these were over land but most had to do with avenging the death of a relative, a continuous state of ‘payback’ or revenge. It wasn’t always the men either, the women seem to be equally involved. There is these people who think the world would be a more peaceful place if women were in charge, they might change their mind if they read some of these sagas. Yet here’s another odd thing, ...

Along the East Coast.

A travel blog entry by vickia on Jun 14, 2015

34 photos

... with signs, as well as reindeer, birds, walkers and of course horses and sheep. The guide app told of deserted farms and old churches, although little was to be seen of them, though the farms we did see were probably several hundred years old! They were the only oasis of green in a very barren landscape. Very few trees, what were there were small. There were lots of signs for picnic areas, the signs promised a picnic bench and a pine tree, we're still waiting to ...