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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Nordurland Akureyri
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... 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 ...
... region accepted the rigours associated with remoteness as part of the deal. This all added to our enjoyment of our activities.
In my case, Bergenthora, the guide was an absolute delight. A biologist by education, specialising in micro-organisms found in Iceland lakes, she was down-to-earth, very concerned about conservation issues and had a great sense of humour. Her concerns were, apparently, typical of the 360 permanent inhabitants of Myvatn, the village that ...
... of day that puts the "Adventure" in Walking Adventures. We turned back early, and I was never so happy to see the picturesque harbor of Husavik coming back into view.
Although we never did see any whales, I like to think there were a bunch of them hiding under the waves nearby, laughing their asses off at us silly tourists!! Happily we got back in our bus and drove to our hotel at Lake Myvatn.
... br> By the time we had finished all of this shopping we were ready to head back to the hotel to do our laundry. Free laundry was included in the price of the room so it's our middle of the trip get clean clothes day, yea!!!
Tomorrow we're headed to Grimsey a small island in the Arctic Circle so I've got to pack by backpack because it's going to be an early morning so for now, love to all.
... baths at Lake Myvatn. In for a dip in the water which reeked of sulphur and which was of all temperatures ranging from luke warm to so hot you couldn't stay in it. One separate pool was at 100 degrees. The drive back through the countryside to the town was spectacular. Green fields, barren landscape and snow capped mountains. Back to town and an opportunity to improve the economy. Garry got his Icelandic jumper. A nice dinner in the Italian restaurant on board to celebrate Anita's ...