Hotel Stadarborg

Highway #1, Breidhdalsvik, 760, Iceland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Highway #1, Breidhdalsvik, is near Husavik Whale Cantre and Seljavallalaug.
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    Travel Blogs from Breidhdalsvik

    Fjord Driving

    A travel blog entry by fourherrings on Jul 09, 2014

    16 photos

    ... ranging from a la carte to buffet to set menu. They have all been good - some even excellent. The food here is expensive but the fish is wonderful so we're happy with that. There is even Australian wine in some places - expensive too but a nice surprise! KR4400 is about $44 Australian. Another big plus has been free wifi in every hotel, even in the middle of nowhere - beats Australia hands ...

    Eastward ho!

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Jul 29, 2013

    6 comments, 66 photos

    ... If I can never learn to travel light, at least I can travel fancy. We had looked up laundries and found there was only one, in Hafnarstraesi, so once we had had breakfast, off we went to find it. It was just off the Ring Road in what we took to be a quiet residential street with a few small businesses in it; later we learned it is actually the main road of Akureyri. So much for the second largest town in Iceland, the Capital of the North!

    The nice girl at The ...

    Niiiiceland Day 3

    A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Jul 25, 2013

    7 photos

    ... It is definitely odd, but it gets 25,000 visitors a year at about $6.00 a pop, so who am I to disparage them.

    I spent the night in Djupivogur, which has a population of only around 400, but has much better tourist amenities than one would think because it is it the terminus for the ferry to the island of Papey. I had a very good meal of local langoustines, which were somewhere in size between a prawn and a lobster.

    I also want to ...

    Volcanic voyeurism

    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jul 02, 2012

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... photos. On the walk down we took note of the huge steam plumes that spoke of a large geothermal plant in the area, as well as noticing a giant fissure that ran along the earth a few kilometres from our currently location. Making for the steam clouds to go have a relaxing swim, we headed down a path that brought us to the large crack in the earth that we had seen before. The huge dramatic split stretched out across the ground and at the deepest points would have been about 10m. ...


    A travel blog entry by lorenzo1 on Aug 06, 2011

    18 photos

    ... local grocery store to see what they sold (looked like Swedish-stuff to me), and with a misty rain starting to fall, Diana and I decided to return to the ship and see if the weather would clear. But, before we got to the pier the weather brightened a bit and we wandered down some more streets and discovered the singing dog. He lives at the local natural sculpture place run by an eccentric (?) gentleman that collects minerals from the island, and makes ...