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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tindastoll Saudarkrokur
The original hotel was built in 1884. The breakfast room and bar are in the basement. Careful, the ceiling is low. We stayed in the 'annex', the new part of the hotel. The room was bright and clean and a small shared balcony. The shower was small so a large person may have a bit of a time cleaning all the hard to reach bits. Overall a very nice accommodation.
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Day 6 was spent in Hofsós at the Icelandic Emigration Centre going through records of Garry’s ancestors. We made a few new discoveries, date corrections and so on. What was disappointing was not finding any records of his
grandfather or great grandfather ever having emigrated from Iceland. The fellow at the centre said at least 16, …
Day 5 was driving from Hellnar to Sauđárkrókur in the northern part of Iceland. We made a few stops along the way but mostly driving from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – a long distance and day.
We stopped in at Stykkishólmur for a climb to the top of the hill by the harbour for a few photos. This finished our visit to the Snćfellsnes …
... br> On my way home I decided to visit Godfoss and it was around midnight that I watched this glorious waterfall, not a tourist in sight. Just me and a few sheep. Extremely powerful but a little bit spooky being there at midnight on my own.
Due to the weather I missed my opportunity for Whale Watching in the area, seas too high and wind too strong and after much fun waiting for ANZ to assist with me crazy credit card fraud action ...
... to the north coast where there was a shipwreck visible at low tide (it was high tide) then up to the highlands, and were greeted by cloud and fog. Suppressive fog. You could see where you were going, and it felt like you were lost, and you kept squinting thinking you just had blurry eyes. I actually thought perfect, a lighthouse on top of creepy twisted basalt columns in fog and a bright light ...
... currently embracing the world of grandchildren, it's pretty easy to find risky activities that stretch them outside their current Tele Tubbies world.
To that end it made good sense to schedule the gang for a whale-watching excursion on Iceland's only schooners in and around the area where Iceland touches the Arctic Circle, and follow that up with a day of rafting in some glacier waters nicknamed the 'Beast Of The East' (despite the fact that the river is actually in ...