Frost and Fire Guest House

Hverhamar, Hveragerdi, 810, Iceland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hverhamar, Hveragerdi, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Hveragerdi

    Hot and Cold Running Water

    A travel blog entry by priceys_0n_t0ur on Jul 26, 2014

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    Woke up at 10 15! Haven’t slept in that late for a long time.
    After a leisurely breakfast we set off for a visit to Geysir. Tom drove out of
    the small complex as he was desperate to try an automatic- he says he can’t
    understand how anyone could fail their test in an automatic! Nick took over the
    driving and set the cruise control so both of his feet could have a rest!

    The site at Geysir is
    amazing, although the actual geyser that gave its name ...

    Iceland's National Day

    A travel blog entry by jakesnorri2014 on Jun 17, 2014

    ... with trees. Trees grew next to headstones, bushes, flowers, ferns, and tall grasses grew from the graves. It was the most serene and tranquil place that I have ever been. It was a beautiful resting place were life grew, wild and free among the stones. The tricky part was finding the headstone. All I had as a direction was a description from my mom that in a picture (that I had never seen before) the headstone was to the left of what appeared to be a white bell ...

    1 Hour in Reykjavik

    A travel blog entry by taylorneese on May 25, 2014

    I was only in Iceland for about an hour. The airport was very nice and modern looking, and despite its small size I still managed to get lost. All of the signs were written in Icelandic with English subtitles beneath them, yet I was unaware I had to go through Passport Control before I could advance to my connecting flight. Once an airport security guard directed me to where I needed to go, it was a nonevent. Iceland is officially the first stamp in my ...

    Reykjavik

    A travel blog entry by tomodea on May 11, 2014

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    ... stage we were both tired and Tom’s old but not worn for many years, hiking boots were hurting as well as his feet were tired from all the walking. Plus it was now raining and colder. And the buses do not run anywhere near as frequently as the St Kilda Road trams! We finally managed to get back to the hotel after a bit of a walk, a wait, a short bus ride, another wait, another bus ride and a final short walk. We both enjoyed a soak in the bath and a very early ...

    The Golden Circle

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Apr 02, 2014

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    ... complaining about something they couldn't change, in an attempt to make it someone else's problem. For all that, it was a good tour, if an experience that enhanced my perspective from outside, that England is populated by depressives without a sense of perspective, particularly about the weather-which is far more varied and far more extreme in all corners of the world. Our guide was talkative, and Icelanders seem generally to have a voice that is very easy on the ear ...