Hotel Hlid

Address: Krokur Olfus, Selfoss, 801, Iceland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Krokur Olfus, Selfoss.
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      Travel Blogs from Selfoss

      Horse Riding and Shopping

      A travel blog entry by garytan on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... funky boutiques, with both Icelandic and international designs. Skólavörđustígur, running from Laugavegur up to Hallgrimskirkja, has a range of souvenir and craft shops where you can find a perfect gift for the family. Record shops and bookstores are also located on these streets, where you can find Icelandic music and literature as well as a wide range of foreign music and books in English.
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      The Golden Circle

      A travel blog entry by jollyskiem on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... was anything with 'foss' at the end of its title means 'waterfall' and there are plenty throughout the whole country. Although it was quite chilly, I headed down to the base of the waterfall and got to climb on the rocks where it tips over into its second fall. The spray which was kicked up felt like a refreshing spritz and it was incredible how clean and pure the air was. A stunningly beautiful part of the world, there are incredible sights ...

      Rain, rain and more rain

      A travel blog entry by shaughnp on Sep 08, 2014

      ... taking day. There were lots of lava fields in this area too, just like in the south. The coastline was beautiful when we could see it. The most unusual part of the day was the Hvalfjorour tunnel built under the water north of Reykjavik. This tunnel is cave like and 6 km long. Two lanes most of the way, poorly lit and no ventilation. Fun! And it cost 2000 isk to boot (just under 20 ...

      Subarctic

      A travel blog entry by crayonchameleon on Jul 25, 2014

      25 photos

      ... and little sleep, I felt as though I'd woken up on a different planet, one without mountains or trees, but with towering clouds and a desolate landscape strewn with moss-covered lava rocks. It took a bit for the vastness of the landscape to sink in, and it isn't so apparent from Reykjavik city but more so everywhere else in the country.

      The hostel in Reykjavik feels more like a hotel - it's clean, modern, and feels like I'm in an ...

      Two Gals Driving in a Circle

      A travel blog entry by abalzer on Jul 09, 2014

      12 photos

      ... of Iceland, more we’ve been told than there is in the North Sea.

      One last note I just realized I said earlier that Iceland had accepted Denmark's protection well today they are not longer under Denmark's protection instead they are their own independent country. Which brings up a couple of additional fun facts. Iceland does not have any military forces, they along with Costa Rica are the only ...