Hotel Hallormsstadur

Hallormsstadur, 701, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hallormsstadur

Another day in rainy paradise

A travel blog entry by traveleasy


... it was very cold and everyone had their hoods up and the mist was low down. Could hardly see any of the countryside we were passing through.

The sea road would have been spectacular if we could have seen it. There were sweeping cliffs down to the sea and lava flows - but because of the low lying cloud we couldn't see it very well.

The next stop was for lunch and she had phoned ahead and told them we were coming. It was just a little ...

Eastward ho!

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi


... into the lake from under a precarious rock, and not far away a large pipe directed great gouts of steam into the same lake. The lake itself was a really weird, unearthly, luminescent blue, and all the rocks and bits of detritus in it were coloured white with some sort of lime scale. On the far side, the water flowed out of the lake into a small stream, which simply vanished underground - we assume to replenish the water supply. The whole thing was so unearthly, with ...

Volcanic voyeurism

A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank


... Along the way we passed through more surreal landscape, were afforded some spectacular views of valleys and huge glacial mountains, and eventually began a slow ascent between peaks. Perhaps the most exciting part of the journey was spotting an arctic fox dash across the road and up into the stony escarpment - they are the only land-based mammal indigenous to the island (and nobody has a clue how they got here). Stopped off at a farm guesthouse and with great excitement ...

Day 4: High Mountain Roads

A travel blog entry by yeeszetolaw


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The next main town/settlement was Eglisstadir - with the usual gas stations and hotels. I had read there was nothing special to recommend though and that it was worth making the scenic half-hour drive to fjord town, Seydisfjordur. Another incredibly scenic drive where I had to make Paul stop to take pictures. At the top of the mountain, there was still residual snow that had not completely melted.

Seydisfjordur is a cute ...


A travel blog entry by lauraexplora


... a few hours at the swimming pool before walking to the airport to catch our plane to Reykjavik. Back in Reykjavik I ran around town buying a few more souveniers, and stocking up on CDs from some of the bands we had heard at BrŠ­slan. It was strange to think that it was my last day in Iceland. I was finally getting to the point where I wanted to go home. I think I was finally so tired from that I didn┤t mind leaving, and ...

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This hotel, located in Hallormsstadur, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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