Hotel Akureyri

Address: Hafnarstraeti 67, Akureyri, 600, Iceland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Hafnarstraeti 67, Akureyri.
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    Travel Blogs from Akureyri

    Episode 6

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 10, 2015

    50 photos

    The morning of the 1st of June presented itself well. Bright sunshine, no wind and a balmy 9C at 9am, summer had arrived - overnight. Got as high as 11C.That was until we got into the west fjords area then things went downhill, the sun got somewhat bashful and hid behind clouds and the wind picked up so that over some of the higher mountains along our route it dropped the temperature back to around 2C. There was plenty of snow on the ground too.We ...

    Highland Naps and Stinky Rocks

    A travel blog entry by nesstrav on May 25, 2015

    21 photos

    We had another long day on the road today, without as many stops along the way (and a 45 minute car nap for Vanessa!) but we continue to enjoy the ever changing landscape and history of Iceland. Even though our travel guide isn't the best (but it has a GREAT cover!), we are managing to find a few out of the way places, and besides following the other cars and looking for the signs at the side of the road that mark the historical sites and such, we are doing ...

    Change of Plan - to Akureyri we go!

    A travel blog entry by i_go_wandering on Apr 28, 2015

    12 photos

    Today was going to be a day of driving, trying to catch up on our itinerary for the week after we were held up by the sandstorms and road closures. We set off following route 1 heading back to Reykjavik. The views were beautiful, traversing through high snowy mountains and flat plateaus of red rock and grassland. Once past Reykjavik the route turned even more spectacular when we refused the toll road and took ...

    Drying Off and Sharing a Car

    A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 10, 2014

    5 photos

    The day after finishing the Skogar trail I awoke in my still-damp tent to the unwelcome sound of more rain. I knew the weather forecast had predicted this but I was hoping that there would be some respite in the morning, at least to allow me to try to hitchhike back to Reykjavik. But alas no. I knew there was a bus later in the afternoon, around 3pm, and didnt relish the idea of waiting around in Skogar until then, with damp clothes. I ...

    As Far North as We Will be Going

    A travel blog entry by tomdart07 on Aug 19, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... failed to mention is that the OLD tunnels built to support the “Atlantic Klondike” herring fishery in the early part of the 20th century were still in use. If you understand that the traffic was mostly one way and tied to the comings and goings of the fleet, a single lane tunnel probably made a certain amount of sense. Here in the twenty-first century, however, a one lane tunnel is a true anachronism – ...