Guesthouse Geysir

Haukadalur, Geysir, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Geysir

Water Jumps and Falls

A travel blog entry by dmatten


We woke up at nine, showered, and ate a small breakfast before heading out at 10 am. I had tomatoes and cucumbers that we had bought the previous day, some Skyr, which is pretty much Iceland's own delicious version of Greek yogurt, my last gluuteny muffin and a piece of gf toast. After stopping by the grocery store for some basic provisions we headed to our first destination of the day, Geysir. After making a few U-turns early in our journey ...

Iceland - The Golden Circle

A travel blog entry by karen0206


David landed in Reykjavik yesterday and today we were off to do the iconic trip called the Golden Circle. We decided to walk to our car rental office rather than take a taxi, which was our first stupid moment in Iceland (there are plenty more). It was an hour walk from where we were and in the middle of strong snow and rain. It was very Bear Grill-esque and we were drenched from head to toe. The ladies at ...

2/3 of the Golden Circle

A travel blog entry by sam.floy


Whilst it was surprising to see Rich, it wasn't completely out of the blue.

He, Ed and Tony had been in the country for a few days driving around the Westman Islands. The five of us gathered up all of our belongings for the next 10 days, and piled the bags into the car which we were renting - soon to become affectionately known as "Big Suze".

First stop was not any dramatic natural wonder - but a discount supermarket in an industrial estate.


Geysir and Strokkur

A travel blog entry by fredgmus


Strokkur is the most active geyser of the park (every 10 mn or so). The old Geysir itself is a bit quieter (we didn't see it erupt for the hour we were there). Makes for compelling pictures and videos. ...

Day of Excursions

A travel blog entry by budz888


What a pleasant way to wake up. A friend of my hostess dropped in for a visit and she picked up one of the guitars and started gently picking away and singing. Bloody superb.

The view from my bed. Last time I was away I got the idea of the Audrey Hepburn wall tattoo... perhaps I'll find some butterflies for the ceiling too.

What does whale meat look like? It's red just like beef.



This hotel, located on Haukadalur, Geysir, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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