Hotel Tindastoll

Address: Lindargata 3, Saudarkrokur, 550, Iceland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Lindargata 3, Saudarkrokur.
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      Exploring North Iceland

      A travel blog entry by jivebarber on Sep 18, 2014

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      ... we continued around the north of the country, within 40km of the Arctic Circle (coincidentally this was probably the warmest day we'd had all week!) and visited the village of Hofsos. This has a picturesque harbour, but felt very out-of-season, with restaurants closed for the winter. However our main reason for going was to visit the outdoor geothermal swimming pool (which was open) which is perched on the ...

      North to Hofsos!

      A travel blog entry by dianathor on Jul 25, 2014

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      There seems to be a curse on Skulason luggage!! Heather and Margaret arrived this morning without their bags...lost somewhere in Toronto :( We met up with Thor's girls at Kolkous after getting a bit lost - again! We drove on a bumply little road (about 6 km) down the fjord to Kolkous and were amazed with the beauty of this secluded and serene place.

      Chris and Brett fished all night from the rocks, while we visited Ţórhildur in this ...

      Day 7 - Saudarkrokur

      A travel blog entry by journeyguy on Jul 17, 2014

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      ... town but seems to have a surviving fishing industry for cod and shrimp. We were further confused because the overall trip plan did not have us stopping here, but rather going on to Akureyri. What's more, the hotel did not have a reservation for us. In the end, they said they found a booking at one of their other properties. Since they had a spare room, we got to ...

      Day 21 Lake Myvatn to Hofsstadir

      A travel blog entry by wombat.one on Jul 03, 2014

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      ... covered mountains with a spiderweb of water everywhere we look cascading down the sides to eventually meet up and form streams and rivers which service the numerous farms we see along the way. There are a lot of farms in this general area, mostly sheep and cattle. It would be hard to believe that any farmer in Iceland would ever experience water shortage problems.

      We then arrive at Akureyri, which is the second largest city in Iceland and is unofficially the capital of ...

      The big drive to Skagafjordur in the north

      A travel blog entry by howardstein on Sep 19, 2013

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      ... being made. Perhaps if we come back in 500,000 years the country will be covered by forest like Canada. I've always taken Canada's forests for granted. After this trip, I will never take it for granted again. It's amazing to see how long it takes for forests to form on volcanic earth - certainly more than our lifetimes. Tomorrow we're off for a 2 day stay in Akureyri, Iceland's second largest city located 97 km south of the Arctic ...