Icelandair Hotel Herad
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIcelandair Hotel Herad Egilsstadir
First class service all around.
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Today is a rather uneventful day of travel, and I am glad for it. I've had some pretty big adventures so far and a day to recuperate is needed. I packed up my things and headed out going east on Ring Road. My first stop of the day is 45 miles away at a coastal town named Dj˙pivogur.
It took me quite a while to get there as I kept stopping …
Another early start.
Up a mountain outside of the town to a viewing point looking over the town, glaciers, river and ocean.
We travelled past lots of rivers flowing between tall mountains carrying the glacial waste.
Everyone got excited cause we saw a lone reindeer - haven't been to Scandinavia
We walked along a black …
... the Collisseum – it is so much a part of the history of Rome.
Our walk after took us past the area where the Chariot races occurred. It is in the process of reconstruction and will be quite a site upon completion. Currently there is enough structure to allow our imagination to see the races. More walking to another square not yet visited – musicians performing, artists creating scenes and ...
... to New Zealand, they were no where near as impressive, but still worth a look. One of them is highly active, erupting on the dot of 5 to 7 minutes. Another geysir erupts once in a while, but very sporadically and unpredictable. We didn't have a chance to see that one unfortunately. It is quite the funny sight seeing all the tourists standing around a circle with their selfie sticks ready ,waiting for it to erupt. The third stop was very interesting ,it is where the European ...
Today was one of the most tiring travel days I've had.We did a fourteen hour bus tour, all the way to the southeast coast, to Jokursarlon. Jokursarlon is a glacial lagoon that is fascinating. Huge chunks of ice that have broken off a glacier just floats around the water, with seals making their home on top. You can do a boat tour, or ...