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We weren't too pleased with our room. When we walked in we nearly died of heat. Tiny windows only blockout curtains. Over front door and noisy. Great staff upgraded us next night to a junior suit at back. Great room.
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Day 6 Neskaupstadur to Hüsavik 15/6/15 While John was getting petrol, ready to set out, Vicki was chatting to two kids & their supervisor who were doing the national "holiday work". Lots of laughs about how their names were unpronounceable. The two boys were funny, asked us if Australia was really so dangerous, inhabited as it was by so …
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Today was yet another day of breathtaking scenery and lots of hiking! There are many, many amazing sights in Iceland but you have to work for it!!! Today we walked over 15,000 steps and climbed the equivalent of 25 flights of stairs. But of course it was way worth it.
Iceland is such …
... black volcanic ash. We stopped at the car park for the falls and
it was 1.5klm walk to them well you would not believe that there was any river
or creek or stream around the area let alone the most powerful European
waterfall. We found it easily as there were plenty of people around and when we
came across it the amount of water going over it was fantastic. The water was a
dirty colour as it is probably full of volcanic ash. About 800 mtrs from these
... volcanic activities started in the area at the same time giving a lot of difficulties in drillintg and harnessing the geothermal field. For a while it was uncertain whether Krafla would ever actually enter operation when, early on, large-scale volcanic eruptions occurred only two kilometers away from the plant, posing a serious threat to its existence. Work continued, however, and phase one of the power plant went on line early in 1977.
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... walls in some rooms covered with wooden panels. The walls are otherwise exclusively built of turf. The roof is also of turf, supported by wooden frames and posts.
The Icelandic sagas relate that Snorri Ţorfinnson, son of Ţorfinnur karlsefni and Guđríđur Ţorbjarnardóttir farmed at Glaumbćr in 11th Century. He was born in the wilds of Vin-land, the first child born to European parents in the New World. He built the first church at ...