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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... Stykkisholmur. Same sort of scenery but nice. Then across that peninsula to Borgarnes and out to a beautiful waterfall at Reykholt. The water flows out from beneath the lava rocks and the colours with the autumn leaves were magical.
My final day driving around was largely spent hiking. I drove out to the Glymer waterfall and hiked from the car park to its base and then ...
... of town to our hotel which was much closer to the airport. We went to the Blue Lagoon, a massive, outdoor geothermal pool. Very relaxing, but no pics because I put my camera in the locker with my gear. After a lovely dinner at their restaurant, we packed and sorted for tomorrow's early flight to Oslo. Overall, Iceland has been a real surprise. It is so much more varied than I expected, with amazing ...
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... After that two others came by and got right up close to the fence…even allowing us to pet them. We tried feeding them some potatoes but the results were mixed, as only one horse seemed interested. These were such beautiful, tame and majestic animals…what a fabulous end to the evening.
We found our campsite just as the sky was getting colorful. I’ve never seen a sky like that before…it’s either Armageddon, or we’re in ...
... in Iceland. We had fun trying to pronounce the very long street names, though not quite as much fun when trying to navigate our way around Reykjavik in a car. Learning "takk" (meaning thank you) was the extent of our Icelandic language learning. On our first full day we drove the Golden Circle to visit some of Iceland's top tourist spots: Thingevillar Park, the geysers, and Gullfoss waterfall. Anticipating the geyser's eruption every ...