Hotel Reykjahlid

Myvatn, 660, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Myvatn

Day 19 Hofn to Lake Myvatn

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... passing tourists. The simple reason being that there are such big gaps between towns and everyone is looking for a hot drink and a snack. We actually purchased a cheap thermos flask yesterday and we are sure that will come in handy over the next few days.

The weather remains overcast and showery as we continue our journey to our next stop at Lake Myvatn. As with the morning drive, the landscape changes every twenty minutes or so. There are large tracts ...

Lake Myvatn

A travel blog entry by chrisnicolehall


... foul smelling , blue grey belching mud pools. These are caused by groundwater percolating downwards for over a km to magma levels, heating then forcing it back to the surface. We passed through under the piping from the Leirbotn power station which harnesses steam vents to generate power. We pass more volcanoes, one called Krafla, which last erupted in 1724. A new crater was formed called ...

Troll land

A travel blog entry by howardstein


Today we finally toured Akureyri. We went to their iconic Akureyri Church, built high on the hill with most impressive towers in front and amazing pipe organ inside. We were there during mass so we got to hear the choir and organ and sermon. Couldn't understand a word but it sounded great. Next we saw the 'The Outlaw' sculpture of a man carrying his son and his ...

Lake Myvatn Walk - Northern Iceland

A travel blog entry by friesendm


... water to steam instantly, and the steam bursts through the still cooling lava, creating all kinds of strange and wonderful shapes. The first part of the walks circled through an area of these bizarre lava shapes.

Crossing the lava field, we were confronted by a volcanic cone rising about 600 feet from the floor of the plain around the lake. The standard walk routed ...

East Iceland

A travel blog entry by keithandkim

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... but, the cold water is very drinkable and the guys at petrol stations, basically tell you, "we bottled it to send over seas, but realized we can milk the tourists, so sell it here now".

Day 8

We found that supermarkets here have a great selection for meals, breakfast places rarely open early enough, but we often just hit a supermarket and grab a quick bit to eat. So today we supermarketed it up and decided to do a ...

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This hotel, located in Myvatn, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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