Hotel Edda - ML Laugarvatn
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Gullfoss Waterfall is one of Iceland’s most majestic waterfalls, plunging down 32 meters into the canyon in two stages. As one ...
... served with Icelandic butter, geothermally boiled eggs, and herring. This is best served with a small glass of Geyser Schnapps which is very cold – nearly freezing.
In the afternoon, you will be able to learn about the Icelandic horse together with its history and special qualities, and also to visit a geothermal greenhouse, before arriving at your accommodation in South Iceland. Tonight, we will step out into the darkness to search for the ...
... 160;Reykjavik this afternoon for the first time, we checked into our hotel and went exploring. Just so happens that the world renowned bacon festival was happening that day. Dedicated to giving away free bacon, singing about bacon and handing more free things to complement bacon like free beer. Probably the best festival in the world... Caught up with mum and dad, who weren't so taken away by ...
... br> Laugarvatn is a very, very small village of about 200 people, and there really wasn't a lot to see there, but it was right in the middle of the main sights so it made sense to stay there. Iceland is, of course, next to impossible to see without a car (buses worked well enough for me but they just aren't as practical, especially in a place like this where there is only one bus a day back to Reykjavik!). I luckily ran into some people with a car who agreed to let me ...
Today we saw the top tourists sites in all of Iceland; gulfoss and Gysir. We first went to Gulfoss which is a huge multilayer waterfall! It had a huge amount of water flowing down, it is so big with so much water that it is impossible to see the bottom of the waterfall. We could get within 2m of the water that is cascading over the precipice. It was a warm day and we got soaked by the cool mist. From there we drove a short ...