Hotel Reykjahlid

Myvatn, 660, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Myvatn

Lake Myvatn area

A travel blog entry by howardstein


... pillars that jut up about 60 meters. The contrast of the black lava, snow from last week's storm, fall's yellow birch leaves and fall red underbrush leaves was spectacular. We had lunch of soup and Geysir bread there and were told to visit the local bakery! Namafjall is an area in the geothermal area that locals use as their bakery. Each morning many homes and businesses each place a bucket of bread dough into the ground and covered with a steel plate. Twenty four hours later it ...

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 ...

West-Fjords & Northwestern Iceland

A travel blog entry by tem


... in Iceland! 17500 Inhabitants live there, it has a great variety of cafés, restaurants and souvenir shops. I probably had there the best cake ever!!! The day after, it was raining, raining and not to forget it was very windy, not to mention that these winds come from the polar region? Gosh, it wasn't pleasant, I loved it to have a car where it was warm and dry :-)

So far, my news, I hope everyone is doing well wherever you are!

East Iceland

A travel blog entry by keithandkim


... I thought they were mostly around the outskirts of Reykjavik as there are a lot of farms. But, they are on every stretch of highway, every rugged coastline, waterfall, gravel pit, even high alpine meadow, with no houses for probably 30 km. They are there eating grass and watching you drive by, not a care in the world, and always in 3's, momma, and two kids.

After a few pics in the snow we headed to the next intersection, ...

They've been spotted!!

A travel blog entry by donovanfamily


... cold and decided to call it a night. We woke up the next day to have a day trip with Siggi. We started off by seeing a local geothermal plant, which for those who don't know generates power by the steam coming out of the ground. There were pipes that ran out of it that powered the whole village. We then drove over the hill, which was in fact large but not a mountain soo I'm just going to call it a hill. Anyway we drove over it and there were some natural steam vents, we got out and ...

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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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