Foss Aning

Address: v/ Saemundarhlid, Saudarkrokur, S-550, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Saudarkrokur

Exploring North Iceland

A travel blog entry by jivebarber on Sep 18, 2014

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... no less than 4 tunnels, including a 3km single-lane tunnel with passing places!) the scenery was amazing and there were hardly any other vehicles on the road (and none in the tunnels!) We stopped in the country's most northerly town, Siglufjordur, formerly a leading herring port. It is a quiet town with multi-coloured houses and new buildings by the harbour (see third photo). We were about the only tourists ...

North to Hofsos!

A travel blog entry by dianathor on Jul 25, 2014

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There seems to be a curse on Skulason luggage!! Heather and Margaret arrived this morning without their bags...lost somewhere in Toronto :( We met up with Thor's girls at Kolkous after getting a bit lost - again! We drove on a bumply little road (about 6 km) down the fjord to Kolkous and were amazed with the beauty of this secluded and serene place.

Chris and Brett fished all night from the rocks, while we visited Ţórhildur in this ...

Day 7 - Saudarkrokur

A travel blog entry by journeyguy on Jul 17, 2014

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Fjords again. Rinse and repeat. Today we got some gravel roads which made the trip longer. Even the morning coffee break took a hit as there was nothing much until around 1 PM. It's not just Holmavik. Painting rocks with faces seems to exist in multiple towns. Holmavik was just really into blue so it was like Smurfville. Saudarkrokur is our stop for the day. It is ...

Day 21 Lake Myvatn to Hofsstadir

A travel blog entry by on Jul 03, 2014

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... Lake Myvatyn and this one is sometimes referred to as the Waterfall of the Gods. The water flows from the River Skjálfandafljót and cascades from a height of 12 metres over a width of 30 metres. It is another popular tourist stop off and it is almost impossible to get a park nearby, such are the number of cars and buses, despite the weather being cold and windy.

We move on and the drive again is picturesque and it can be simply described as travelling through a valley of rock ...

The big drive to Skagafjordur in the north

A travel blog entry by howardstein on Sep 19, 2013

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... on black lava is beautiful. Horses, sheep and cows were all over the place even in the snow. All the farms have many gigantic bales of hay lined up to feed the livestock for the long winter. It looked like a winter wonderland. Tonight we're staying at the Guesthouse Hofsstadir. It's in the middle of nowhere at the south end of the Skagafjordur. The food here is great (although quite expensive - like downtown Toronto high ...