Hotel Ingolfur

Address: Ingólfshvoll, Selfoss, 801, Iceland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on IngĆ³lfshvoll, Selfoss, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Selfoss

Episode 4

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on May 23, 2015

102 photos

... vent.This weather continued as we walked around Thingvellir. This is both a very important area in the history of Iceland and also a significant place geologically as it is where the North American and Eurasian techtonic plates drift apart creating great rifts in the earth. Iceland widens by 2cm each year and it’s in these rift that this can be seen.It is also here where the first settlers to Iceland set up their governing authority, the Althing, in the ...

That's the trifecta

A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 21, 2014

For the second time this trip, I woke to a winter wonderland. This was even more so than last time. A few inches of snow covered every centimetre of ground and, as Ian drove us to meet our Glacier Lagoon tour, he said there would probably be more snow during the day. He had to wipe snow off his four-wheel drive and we passed cars covered in a thick coating. It was weird seeing a city covered in snow. I mean, I've seen photos of Paris and New York in snow, but at home we don't get ...

Thingvellir National Park

A travel blog entry by garytan on Oct 20, 2014

2 photos

... roar

Žingvellir - Geysir -
Northern Lights Center - National Park of
Geological Wonders (UNESCO) - Exploding Geysers - Famous "Golden" Waterfall

Žingvellir National Park (pronounced Thingvellir) is a national park in South Iceland and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park is home to the world's longest running Parliament, first established in 930 AD, and also has a dramatic landscape formed as a result of sitting ...

The Golden Circle

A travel blog entry by jollyskiem on Sep 21, 2014

9 photos

... you look. One of the other common sights have been the Icelandic horses which are everywhere. Smaller in size than regular horses, they are descendants from the Viking horses. They are quite tame I a lot of areas and often come up to the fences for a pat. Apparently, the last weekend of September every year, locals participate in the rounding up of the horses for winter. Whether we will get to see any of this is unclear. Leaving Gullfoss, we made ...

Day 7: The Golden Circle and back to Reykjavik

A travel blog entry by olindy3 on Sep 21, 2014

4 photos

... at them, and stood right next to Strokker as it erupted like five or six times! It was fantastic!

The same goes for Gulfoss - when we arrived there was ************e there. We walked up to the viewing platform and stood there right before Gulfoss in all its fury and watched it - JUST THE TWO OF US. I just can't fathom having the opportunity to be a such a place alone with my beloved. No tourists, no buses, no noise, not ...

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