Hotel Ibudir

Address: Geislagata 10, Akureyri, 600, Iceland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Geislagata 10, Akureyri.
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        Travel Blogs from Akureyri

        Christmas in September

        A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 03, 2015

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        ... The story goes something like this...

        Gryla and her trolls live in the mountains with their black cat. Each night in the thirteen days leading up to Christmas one of the trolls sneaks down to cause trouble; each in their own unique way. The black cat comes down and steals people on Christmas day to eat them if they are not wearing something new. Gryla also comes down to steal children and eat them if they have not been good. The threat of being eaten alive by a ...

        Stark Contrasts: Bubbling Mud & Snowy Mountains

        A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 02, 2015

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        ... main highway. In a way you can compare it to a mini Niagara falls as it has a bit of a horseshoe shape to it. However, here like most places in Iceland there are no guardrails, so you need to tread carefully if you venture out to the edge of the cliffs, of course I had to climb up to the highest vantage point of the cliffs!

        The drive to our accommodations wound us through snow capped mountains and down a fjord, eventually bringing us to a town that we both ...

        A Visit to Lake of the Flies

        A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Aug 19, 2015

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        ... with an overview of the city. Akureyri, with a population of 18,200 is considered to be a "green and clean" city. We drove by the church (there are 117 steps up to the church) and the botanical gardens which were founded in 1912 by two sisters and showcase the flora of the area. We drove through some of the older sections of the city. The oldest structure dates to 1795. We also saw Nonnahus, a museum dedicated to the children's books written by Jesuit priest, Jon ...

        Across the top

        A travel blog entry by jannettek on Jul 10, 2015

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        ... the mountains were tall and steep and myriads of waterfalls sent torrents of water down the slopes. Waterfalls are so common now we barely stop to have a look.

        But in Iceland variety is the thing, and as we travelled into bare gravel and rock county we imagined we could be on the moon. This went on for many kilometres, with barely a house ...


        A travel blog entry by eanselm on Jul 06, 2015

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        Akureyri is located at the end of a beautiful (and the longest) fjord in Iceland. Akureyri is a small town of 18,000 and is the capital of northern Iceland. To get to Akureri we had to pass through the Arctic Circle so we were very far north. We never really saw dark last night. Sunset and sunrise were less than 2 hours apart. Since we didn't arrive till noon we got to take in our entire journey down the fjord. The port is very small which would be expected ...