Hotel Edda Laugar i Saelingsdal

Address: 371 Budardalur, Budardalur, Iceland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 371 Budardalur, Budardalur.
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Travel Blogs from Budardalur


A travel blog entry by garytan on Oct 19, 2014

... day exploring some of the stunning SnŠfellsnes Peninsula – a world of raw mountains and peaceful coastlines reaching out from the West coast of Iceland:

• You will head for Stykkishˇlmur, a wonderfully picturesque fishing town where you can wonder around and take in the peaceful atmosphere and coastal views
• From Stykkishˇlmur you will also enjoy a fascinating boat cruise around the ...


A travel blog entry by garytan on Oct 18, 2014

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... as the Saga valley because many important historical events took place there. You get a chance to climb the Grßbrˇk volcano crater. You get warmed at Deildartunguhver, Europe's most powerful hot spring which produces 180 liters per second of water that is nearly boiling - 97░ Celsius. On we go to Hraunfossar Falls, a series of waterfalls pouring from beneath a lava field. Barnafoss – the Children’s falls, is nearby.

Your winter journey ...

Day 4 - Snaefellsness Peninsula

A travel blog entry by hopkins4 on Aug 14, 2014

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... lava fields formed before the ice age. We eventually arrive at the lodge in Hellnar - a little hamlet situated in the middle of a lava field. It consists of about 20 houses, a hotel and a cafe - year round population...9. The cafe sits on the side of a cliff overlooking a sea cave. We spent a lot of time climbing around the sea cave in the evening where we collected lava rocks and caught a glimpse of the local ...

The north west

A travel blog entry by kingy2 on Aug 03, 2014

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... that congregate there, well in excess of a million birds can be seen at one time, Deb did manage to spot three at one time so maybe it's not the best time of year for that sort of thing, but it was all about getting there. We hiked up the cliff for a bit, marvelled at being on the most westerly point of Europe (yeah I know it's the Azores but lets not be pedantic) before heading on to Patreksfjordur and to spoil a good story, they had a petrol station. The problem is you ...

Tour Day 1

A travel blog entry by davidbloomfield on Feb 24, 2014

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... up the rest of the peninsula, taking in the views, towards B˙­ardalur for a final "facilities stop" before we'd arrive at the hotel that evening.

Arriving at Vogur that evening, we had a presentation about the aurora and taking photographs of it, and then we kept a look out for it, since the sky was reasonably clear again. However, there was only a very slight amount of activity that evening. Never mind.