Hotel Dyrholaey

Address: Brekkum 1, Vik, IS-871, Iceland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Brekkum 1, Vik, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Dyrholaey Vik

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Vik

A travel blog entry by jollyskiem on Sep 22, 2014

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This morning we met some of the locals at our guest house - a black lab named Tim, a black crow (in a large cage), and an adorable little arctic fox who lives at the farm. Leaving Selfoss, we headed North again to get a proper look at Pingvellir, which we had driven through yesterday but the weather had been terrible. Today, the weather was a little better so we had a brief walk around to see where the European and ...

Icebergs and sheep

A travel blog entry by shaughnp on Sep 06, 2014

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We started the day at the local grocery store - we got Skyr, bread, cheese, juice and chips. We then headed east toward Jokulsarlon. It was about a two hour drive. There were lots of lava fields in this area. Many bridges where only one car could pass at a time. Stunning landscape. We pulled over a few times to look at the lava, and eventually the glaciers. We stopped at Kirkjubaejarklausrer for a cup of strong coffee. This was a cute little village. The ...

Icy lagoons in iceland

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Aug 24, 2014

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... that you are behind the waterfall. I got rather wet! Was cool though! Back on the road again. Our second stop was the next waterfall - Skógafoss waterfall. This one was much larger - being 25m across, a more traditional sheet of water. At the base was a shallow river running away from it on a large flat rocky ground. There were hundreds of steps leading up the cliff side to reach the top of the waterfall - a bit of exercise!! From the top you could see all around ...

Of Volcanoes, Waterfalls, and Black Sand Beaches

A travel blog entry by tomdart07 on Aug 16, 2014

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... a wide variety of reds, yellows, greys, and browns. With the constant addition of rainwater leaching into the cavern, it was damp and cool. The lights were fairly bright, but the volume is pretty huge, so the overall effect is one of intimacy and grandeur together. After about a half hour and several hundred photographic experiments, we loaded back into the cage and returned to the outside world, changed for the better by the unique experience. After a ...

Green hills of Iceland

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Aug 03, 2014

37 photos

... would be great places to stay on your visit to Iceland.





We crossed a stream several times on this walk, which shows you how much it rained recently--when Tim and Dan did their planning trip here last year, the walk traversed a dry stream bed!



And of course no walk in Iceland would ...