Hotel Hvolsvollur

Hlidarvegi 7, Hvolsvollur, 860, Iceland | Hotel
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Waterfalls, volcanos, glaciers and aurora borealis

A travel blog entry by howardstein

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... we tried to go next to a glacier at Solheimajokull, but after 3 km on a bad gravel and pothole road we turned back. Without a high rise suspension we thought we would damage the undercarriage of our car, the only part of the vehicular that cannot be insured. We even had sand and rock insurance just in case we got into a sand and rock wind storm that could ruin the whole outside of the car. Apparently such a storm occurred the week before ...

Laugavegur Hike: Day Four

A travel blog entry by sam.floy

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... moved, and the herd descended in upon the bus. People clambering to get their rucksacks in the stowaways and getting themselves checked off so they could get a seat.

Despite T-Hoad mistakenly throwing away his "travel passport" we all got on safely. It was then time for the bus to cross the same river that we had all crossed a few hours earlier. There was some deliberation from the drivers and they decided to go ...

Laugavegur Hike: Day Two

A travel blog entry by sam.floy

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... a little cold, slightly uncomfortable, struggling to assemble cheese and saucisson wraps. Tony and I opted for "nature's knives" when 'cutting up' our meat.


Back on our feet, we make the final walk down to the campsite. On the off-chance there is somewhere to stay, we enquired as to whether there was any room in the huts - and to our delight, there was.

Bags were moved in, bunks were chosen (it was 2 people per bed, per bunk, ...

Day Two: The Golden Circle

A travel blog entry by rachels694

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... get in one more activity in before going to bed.   We got in the car and drove about fifteen minutes to a waterfall named "Seljalandsfoss".   Seljalandsfoss was a conspicuous waterfall that we immediately noticed while driving along the Ring Road. While there were many waterfalls that were tall (this one was said to be 60m), I believe the claim to fame with this one was that we were able to go behind it on a well-developed loop trail. Thus, ...

Day 4 - Skógar

A travel blog entry by hfamily

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... by the eruption of the Eyjafjalla volcano in 2010.

On the way to Skógar, we stopped to take pictures in front of Žorvaldseyri, a large farm sitting at the foot of the glacier-topped volcano. It has belonged in the same family since 1906. The main type of farming includes dairy, meat and grain production. There was an information centre (previously a small farm building) across the street from the farm. It was actually covered in 10 cm ...

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