Hotel Stadarborg

Address: 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

    Along the East Coast.

    A travel blog entry by vickia on Jun 14, 2015

    34 photos

    ... the town we checked out the Visitors Information, located in an old timber house. The young guy was very helpful and we had a good chat before heading off to stock up on cash and petrol. The petrol machines are a real pain as they ask for an amount to prepay, but John is getting better at estimating the amount needed! Off we set, on the ring road. Heading north to round fjords and climb mountains, ha, how prescient that comment! True to our new motto we made ...

    Middle Earth and Beyond

    A travel blog entry by nesstrav on May 24, 2015

    37 photos

    ... little scary if this was all there was going to be for the longest drive of our Grand Adventure so far. But no. Iceland had much more in store for us. In a blink we were driving through moss covered lava rocks that went on for miles and miles and miles. A quick consult with the Lonely Planet book and we found we were driving through the thickest and most vast lava field in all of Europe. From horizon to horizon the mossy rocks rolled, ...


    A travel blog entry by kyle.l on May 23, 2015

    9 photos

    ... farm with a church. I get checked in and meet my bunk mates, Roman and Mathieu from France. They are traveling Iceland for what could be the summer volunteering and looking for work because they say there are no jobs for their field back in France. I was surprised to hear that they thought they would have better luck in Iceland. A typical night ensued, dinner, writing, good conversations with travelers, and a walk down to the ocean.


    East coast Iceland

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Aug 01, 2014

    43 photos

    ... we soon learned that Gummi knew the name of each one, and usually a story or two about the people who owned it. I don't think Gummi is alone in this seems as though Iceland resembles a very large small town where everyone knows everyone else.

    After the pass we came to the little fishing village of Djupivogur, where we would do a walk along the ...

    Introduction to Iceland - Eskifjordur

    A travel blog entry by peteandlinda on Jul 31, 2014

    4 photos

    ... a beautifully preserved building, located on the shoreline at the eastern end of Eskifjordur. Today, this marvelous and solitary place not only houses many interesting artifacts, but also shelters an authentic, almost haunting atmosphere that evokes the days when herring fishing led to substantial growth of the fjord towns of East Iceland. Built in 1890, the Sea House was a station for landing and processing herring caught within ...