Icelandair Hotel Hamar
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIcelandair Hotel Hamar Borgarnes
Great hotel next to a golf course, and an amazing jacuzzi outside. Service was excellent.
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We had a little sleep in today before a tour of the western Snaefellsnes peninsular which is part of a huge national park. We past the area where they filmed Jules Verne's Journey to the Centre of the Earth. Some of the lava caves on the island are up to 5 kms long.
We went on to see the basaltic columns at Gerouberg.
Onto a …
A sleep in today with a 10.00 departure. Well that's the way it should have been but I woke at 6 and showered at 6.30. We had a non-rushed breakfast and then a walk around the harbour and town. I was hoping to run into the lovely Swiss backpacking lass we had dinner with the night before but alas no. Another young life unfulfilled. We were picked …
... areas we are in now are much more remote and very sparsely populated. A town of 600 people is considered to be a good sized town and there aren't many of them. As a reminder, Iceland has 330,000 residents, 220,000 of which live in Reykjavik. So - that leaves the other 110,000 scattered across and island about the size of Ohio. So the population outside of Reykjavik really is minimal. We are seeing town after town that have just ...
... got past this pretty quick when safety is the tour operators number one priority and also to enjoy the wonderment of the ice cave.
A lot was shared by our tour guide about the deep sadness felt by the Icelanders about their melting Glaziers. It truly is a huge life source that is disappearing at an alarming pace.
I have been only about 150kms north of the capital for 3 days but my suggested road trip has kept me cirlcing above it squeezing every ...
... that features a canyon being formed as the North American tectonic plate continues to drift away from the Eurasia plate. In effect, it's a current day remnant of Pangea and is actively getting wider (at an incredibly slow rate of an inch per hundred years or something). The canyon was neat, but even more impressive was the huge nearby lake formed by glacier activity. I have no idea what it's named, but it was gorgeous. Our next stop was Fontana spas. The spas ...