- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... rim was quite narrow and with steep slopes off the sides, the arctic wind stopped me from going right around and I was content to simply peer over the edge into the caldera before starting the perilous journey back down to the bottom of the volcano - this time with a hefty tail wind. A relatively short day to look forward to tomorrow. We have a couple of long driving days to finish off our road trip with so we hope to be able to relax a bit tomorrow and take it ...
I have taken whale watching trips two times before - once in Kaikoura, New Zealand, and once in Puerto Lopez, Ecuador. Both times they were slightly disappointing. Its not that we did not see any whales - we did, both times - but more that they seemed to be exercises in getting seasick and seeing some indistinct black lines briefly surfacing above the water, as well as some spray blown in the air, and maybe a tail as the whale dives back beneath the surface. Usually ...
... chance a couple of years ago in a hiking hut, and they have been friends ever since. Vorna now lives in Wroclaw but lived several years in Leipzig so speaks good German.
Dettifoss itself was predictably an amazing sight. The sheer volume of water thrown down every second and the velocity and power were quite awe inspiring. And luckily it as another bright and sunny day so at times a perfect arc of rainbow was visible.
The Polish left me at the junction of ...
... the largest (by volume) in Europe. It is 44 metres high and 100 metres wide! From the car park we had views over the falls themselves and the massive curtain of spray it created, and in the other direction of the gorge below and the river flowing towards the sea (see last 2 photos). Our hotel for the next 2 nights is the Vogafjos (Vogar Farm) on the edge of Lake Myvatn, Iceland's largest lake. We ...
... it is also known as the Whale Capital of Iceland. No they do not fish the whale they only do sightseeing trips to view them because they have so many of them in Skjalfani Bay. In fact one of the whale sightseeing companies has a 98% guarantee of seeing a whale, if you don't see one they will take you on a second trip. So why only 98% and not 100%, I don't know. Anyhow, with all of they accolades we thought Husavik ...