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TravelPod Member ReviewsFosshotel Stykkishˇlmur
Repeat stay for us and so glad we stayed here again. Wonderful views on the church and port side. Comfortable and clean. Delicious meals and gracious staff.
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... driving right around the peninsula, and it was another sunny day! yahoo! the place was gorgeous, Ruggered coast lines, cliffs, nesting birds, quaint towns, glaciers, national parks and harbours and great fish and chips in ...
... with its many islands
• At Bjarnarh÷fn, a classic taste of Iceland awaits the brave – it is your chance to try Iceland's notorious fermented shark
The SnŠfellsnes Peninsula juts out from Iceland's west coast, like a long arm that divides the west coast into two large bays, Faxaflˇi and Breiafj÷rur. You will travel to the charming fishing town of Stykkishˇlmur for a lunch cruise in the ...
The flight was on time and we arrived around ten. Eventually found our bag which was strangely enough in the over sized baggage section. Through customs to meet the random guy who was sorting out our car but lots of Rep's but nobody for us, wander around a bit before ringing the company only to find they are en route. Geezer turns up and by ten thirty, we're in ED and off on a weeks travel of the unknown, we have a room booked for tonight and one for Friday night but that's ...
... female next to a replica nest.
Heading back south, we stopped off for another couple of photo ops before reaching a petrol station near the church we visited earlier, for a facilities stop. Our guide had heard that the road round the peninsula was now blocked by the drifting snow, so we took a different route across the mountains back to the hotel, getting some impressive views of the snowscapes but unable to stop, as the lay-bys were ...
On our first day we got used to the rental car which has some little things to discover and of course to the gravel roads on Iceland. Some facts you should know when driving in Iceland:
- you drive 35 km/h in towns
- you stop for sheep, ponys and ducks
- you drive in the middle of gravel roads, mostly no-one else comes from the opposite direction
Snaefellsnes is in the West ...