Hotel Borgarnes

Address: Egilsgata 14-16, Borgarnes, 310, Iceland | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Egilsgata 14-16, Borgarnes.
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      Travel Blogs from Borgarnes

      Day 7 - Ice Jeep Tour Day to the Glacier and More!

      A travel blog entry by daviswelchtrip on Feb 28, 2015

      10 photos

      ... road club of drivers who trick their cars out to be able to climb glaciers. These clubs go out every week and have great fun climbing glaciers!

      A fascinating part of the trip was that as we went up higher, our driver had to stop and continually let air out of the tires so we could maintain traction on the road. By the time we got up to the top the tires were virtually flat with a PSI of 2! But it did allow us to stay ...

      Geysers, waterfalls, Icelandic horses and history

      A travel blog entry by shaughnp on Sep 09, 2014

      1 photo

      ... then work back. So we headed to Gulfoss. What a place! I have to say it is similar to Niagara Falls but much deeper and you can getretty close without getting in a boat. (Which would be impossible here) . We got quite wet, glad we put the waterproof pants on ( in public no less) they were needed due to the light rain, wind and mist up there. There were several spots to look at the falls at different angles and levels and we hit them all. It was quite magnificent, loud, ...

      The Blue Lagoon ...

      A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Sep 02, 2014

      3 comments, 67 photos

      ... were said to have settled. This entailed driving north on the main route round Iceland, route 1. At one stage, it delves into a tunnel, which stretches under a fjiord for 6 kilometres. It is very impressive. For such a small country to have such large tunnels and bridges and to generally have such good roads is surprising. Where do we go so wrong? Akranes was a small town and at first glance pretty grim. The streets are wide and the houses very small, and ...

      Reykjavik....Day 2

      A travel blog entry by dianathor on Jul 22, 2014

      7 photos

      ... what he was thinking....I restrained myself from packing his bag for this trip. Oh well...he bought a new t-shirt, and I guess he will be doing a bit more clothes shopping for him.

      Boys are bagged...they went to sleep, and Myles and I went to Dísa's to meet with the rest of her family, Paul, Sigrun and her children. Enjoyed their company again and will try see them one more time before we leave.
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      Back to Town

      A travel blog entry by fourherrings on Jul 12, 2014

      13 photos

      During our last few hours in the countryside we drove through thick fog then into the clear to climb the Grabrok crater - one of a group of 3 craters together beside the road. It was quite a spectacular view from the top & not too bad on the knees getting down again - thank goodness. Toured the Settlement Museum to learn a little about the Vikings who were the first people here & Egil's saga ...