Hotel Hallormsstadur

Address: Hallormsstadur, Egilsstadir, 701, Iceland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Hallormsstadur, Egilsstadir, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Egilsstadir

Canyon and Gorge

A travel blog entry by ceebie on Aug 12, 2015

7 photos

... away that surrounded them.

Legends say ┴sbyrgi is the capital of the hidden people or Huldufˇlk, Iceland┤s answer to elves. Psychics claim to be able to see their cities and they are said to inhabit the cracks here.

Kris and Siggi take us to walk one of the trails along the valley floor to a beautiful lake where we watch the ducks and gaze up in awe at the wall towering above us which seems to lean forwards at a precarious angle.

Episode 8

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 01, 2015

58 photos

... hundred metres that drops the water down and through the turbines. We had lunched one day beside where the tunnel emerges from under the mountain into an open canal before tipping into Lagarfljot. There are a couple of other quite small dams in the area too, and we drove up to them. The roads were open just to the dams, beyond them deep snow still blocked the way.Another day we headed west along the ring road towards Myvatn, then took another detour across ...

Onwards and onwards!

A travel blog entry by eskimo on Jun 24, 2015

7 comments, 14 photos

... 8230;. It appeared that we were an item of interest as a group of photographers and a helicopter and crew eagerly awaited our departure – not sure why!

We flew up the mainland, as high as we could under the broken cloud and overcast skies, and left the mainland at Esha Ness Lighthouse for the crossing to the Faroe Islands. The ATC radar controller was incredibly helpful and was able to maintain contact all the way to the FIR boundary at GONUT. ...

Episode 7

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 23, 2015

112 photos

... another area when somehow the lava formed a gigantic bubble the roof of which has collapsed leaving fascinating pillars, columns, caves, ridges and valleys. There are lots of natural arches and holes and one collapsed cave resembles a great gothic church and is called the Kirkja. There are big rifts in the ground so one must watch ones footing and many of those rifts have snow in them. Some go down a long way, don’t drop anything, that includes me, it would ...

Take that Reykjavik Puffins!

A travel blog entry by cookcorn on May 20, 2015

19 photos

... a fog starting to come of the ocean. The area has reindeer (introduced), arctic foxes, mink (introduced) and about 47 species of bird including the puffin.

A platform over the edge of a cliff gives you a great view of the nesting sea birds on the opposite cliff. As we made our way up there we were accompanied by Freyr the lodge's chocolate lab - a total idiot of a dog, still a puppy at two years old. He was very sweet but chased the ...