- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Akureyri
... waterfall which was very pretty, but the freezing weather prevented us from staying very long and appreciating it more. Back in the car, we had to cross over a mountain range to get back to the coast and encountered our first snow for the trip when the temperature dropped down to 1 degree - it wasn't hitting the ground but was mixed in with rain.We may end up seeing more tomorrow as we head West. Akureyri is a very pretty ...
... was totally wrong on this, of course. While the Icelandic Pony is a unique animal – short, but stout with what I understand to be a very graceful and comfortable trotting gait – they are raised pretty much all over the island. These ponies come in all the colors that horses do, and make quite striking photo opportunities as they stand proudly in their fields. I’m not sure they are also raised as food, but you ...
... dramamine and donned our rain gear for a three hour cruise.
After an hour and a half of clinging for dear life to the handrail behind my seat, I was happy to find that I was not the only one who thought it was a bad day for whale watching--I suspect many American whale watching cruise companies would have been too worried about lawsuits to even venture out on such a day! This is definitely ...
So today was our only tour which we booked with Travelling Viking based on their good reviews. We were picked up at 9.30am and headed out on the road. I'm so glad we decided against hiring a car as the drive up the mountains was so crazy! you could barely see the edge of the road and couldn't see far ahead of you because of all the snow flying around.
Our first stop was Godafoss waterfall. This ...
... the ascent of Víti's steep sides. Askja is in the middle of the Highlands too and therefore it wasn't ideal that our monster car broke down and we got stranded for a few hours - my boots and therefore feet were soaked and it very quickly got very cold. We finished up being towed to the Fjallakaffi at Mördrudalur (or Mordor, as Jónas called it) to have Icelandic leader sheep soup and wait for a new car to be sent out. And our car had been the king of the ...