Hotel Seydisfjordur

Austurvegi 3, Seydisfjordur, Iceland | Hotel
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East Iceland

A travel blog entry by maxieduncan

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We completed the Ring Road today driving on the southern border of Vatnajoekull National Park with it's numerous glaciers putting on an impressive show. The highlight of this section was Jökulsárlón a lake full of icebergs from one of the glaciers. We grabbed some lunch at Höfn before the sun came out for the drive up through the Eastern Fjords to Egilsstadir where we started our drive two weeks ...

Niiiiceland Day Two

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca

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Day two was a shorter sojourn - only about 8 hours in and out of the car from the north of the island to the very east. The first stop was Godafoss, a waterfall. I didnīt go to the much more famous Gullfoss near Reykjavik, or Dettifoss (the highest volume of water per second in Europe), but this one was pretty OK. However, waterfalls are a dime a dozen in Iceland. There seems to be one around every corner, which makes sense because the island is capped by four ...

Hiking, Eating, and Icelandic Scrabble

A travel blog entry by paula.lupkin

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Today we are in Seydisfjordur, a small but once important fishing town in east Iceland at the end of its own fjord. It was a hiking and waterfall day and absolutely gorgeous, with a thin veil of fog hovering halfway up the fjord but with blue skies and warm weather. We followed a trail along the river to a power generating station from 1913, jumping over at least a dozen small streams, crossing bridges over large glacier meltwater rivers, and ...

Seydisfjordur, Iceland

A travel blog entry by lynruskin

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Today was our last port of call in Iceland and it was at another picturesque village called Seydisfjordur, population 800. It was thick fog when we disembarked this morning to commence our self guided walk along the "waterfall path". As the fog started lifting and the sun came out we soon stripped down to t shirts. The fog really didn't clear all day and we took some very photographic shots of the town from the hills with the fog just ...

Day 4: High Mountain Roads

A travel blog entry by yeeszetolaw

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... trip. There were even some Icelandic chocolate bars at the buffet for our journey ahead. After a farewell to the nearby lambs, we set off to see the east of the country by going north along Route 1.

The glacier scenery gradually gave way to more dramatic fjord mountains and at one point, we were travelling along the high cliff roads with the ocean on one side and the steep mountains on the other. As we approached the fjords which ...

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This hotel, located on Austurvegi 3, Seydisfjordur, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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