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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Nordurland Akureyri
Travel Blogs from Akureyri
The plane was not as rickety as I thought it was going to be and free beverages too!! Happy days! The views out of the window were stunning though, amazing snow capped mountains and some textbook valleys cut out of the landscape! With a bumpy landing and the one room baggage, arrivals, departure room, we grabbed the bags and went to find a taxi. …
... we left. Fairly ordinary coffee, half cooked cake mix on some apple, but who cares, bodily needs were satisfied.
We were already on the road to Dettifoss Falls, the waterfall with most volume of water in Europe. Only another 25km of gravel road so we thought we may as well have a look.. And the falls were worth seeing, though I found the sight ...
... a small place. We were warned by the cruise director before leaving the ship to dress warmly as the temperatures would get no higher than 42. She was incorrect again but it was quite a bit cooler than the previous day. We boarded our excursion bus at 12:45 and were joined by a number of people we've met over the past 2 weeks. The bus took us back up the fjord so we got to see the area more closely. Our bus trip ended at a small ferry dock. We we boarded ...
... and emerging into bright sunshine not far above the town. It looked very pretty sitting as much of it does on a spit jutting out into the fjord.The tourist information was open here, but it seems WiFi internet is much harder to come by. It may have been available at the hotels and possibly at some of the restaurants but not at TI or the library, the usual places that we find it.Whale watching is quite a popular thing here and we took a whale ...
Leaving Reykjavik in the hire car - only a Toyota Corolla Diesel this time (but with more boot space than the Charger) - was very simple - a left a right and bang - you're on the ring road - Highway 1. With a maximum speed of 90kmh (yeah right) it can take a while to get anywhere in Iceland. To be perfectly honest the country is bigger than I thought so we're looking at driving trips of between 250 and 450 km to get around in a week. The roads are narrow and ...