Hótel Seydisfjördur

Address: Austurvegi 3, Seydisfjordur, Iceland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Austurvegi 3, Seydisfjordur, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Seydisfjordur

East South Iceland

A travel blog entry by dial on Sep 06, 2015

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... road was a 5.7klm tunnel
this time 2 way. Both tunnels have been cut out of the rock leaving the rock
walls. The road from here to Hofn hugs the coast line as always in Iceland very
little vegetation some grass lots of rocks and no trees anywhere. The highest
vegetation is the grass that the farmer grows so he can cut for feed during
winter. Where ever a farmer can get a bit of ground between the rocks he sows
seeds but has to drain the land of water so the crops will ...

Tales of Monsters and Hidden People

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Aug 18, 2015

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... with a chance of rain. We were booked on a HAL tour called "Monsters and Elves" which would take us out of Seydisfjordur and into the surrounding countryside. We traveled first up and across the Fljotsdalsherad plain, then down into the wide valley surrounding the Lagarfljot [CM1] River, one of the largest rivers in Iceland. The legend is that there is a serpent-like creature in the river, the Lagarfljot Wyrm (worm). The story tells of a ...

The circle complete.

A travel blog entry by peterjl on Jul 08, 2015

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... little town comes to life. There is a campsite for general use but on ferry day there is a huge gravel parking spaces for a hundred or so motorhomes. After parking we walked through the town and then found the wine shop and supermarket to use our last few kronor. Ended up with 10 kronor, about 5pence. It's been cold today, ...

Episode 8

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 01, 2015

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... 8217;t seen any dust on the moors except when cars travel along the dirt roads then they send up clouds of dust. Here, though, where the water had receded and left the exposed floor of the dam dry the wind was whipping up great clouds of very fine dust, probably volcanic ash. the road crosses the dam wall and then you realise just how spectacular this is, In the middle a narrow gorge emerges from the dam wall and leads off across the moors. The wall at that ...

Episode 7

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 23, 2015

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... biggest waterfall she has seen anywhere in Europe, but then most of those in Iceland would be bigger that anything L has seen in Europe. Near Myvatn, the big lake in the northeast of Iceland there is another geothermal field. It is very active, probably the most active we’ve seen and the best. It has small and large mud pools boiling springs, sulphur deposits and steam rising out of the ground all over the place. One really big steam vent roars like a jumbo ...