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Fnjoskadal, Akureyri, 601, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Akureyri

Drying Off and Sharing a Car

A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 10, 2014

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... not relish trying to hitchhike back in the rain.

I went to the bistro bar again for a coffee, and found that there was actually a bus leaving at around 12.30, which was a lot less onerous a wait. After drinking several coffees and loitering around the campsite a while finally I was on the bus and on my way back to civilisation and dryness. When I finally got there I was delighted to find that there was a dorm bed available ...

As Far North as We Will be Going

A travel blog entry by tomdart07 on Aug 19, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... from 1560 depicting, in fairly gruesome detail, the crucifixion and the apostles as ornately adorned royalty. It was this aspect of the Catholic Church that was leading to the Protestant Reformation. The last catholic bishop of Holar, in fact, was executed for not supporting the Danish King’s position, which was in support of Reformation ideals. So, this bishop, in part to avoid having his personal wealth taken, commissioned ...

Śnieżne szczyty Trollaskagi

A travel blog entry by poleczka on Jul 28, 2014

Ruszyliśmy w trasę o 8.30...bez żalu zostawiając nasz hostel w Stykkisholmur w tyle. Dzisiaj był dzień transferowy. Do przemierzenia mieliśmy kilkaset kilometrów na północ Islandii.
Jechaliśmy wzdłuż wybrzeża na północ.

Pojechaliśmy do knajpy Country założonej przez Islandczyka w Stagastrond (populacja 530). Brzmi mocno egzotycznie. ...

The sun CAN shine in Iceland - and at midnight

A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Jun 23, 2014

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... in a national park through a lavafield. There were some quite interesting shapes. One they called a church because of the natural arch. it was a lovely walk and appreciated after so much sitting.

From there we went to a waterfall called Godifoss - according to the old manuscripts, the converstion to christianity was sybolically completed at this waterfall 'of God'. The countryside we were travelling through ...

25 km south of the Arctic Circle

A travel blog entry by howardstein on Sep 20, 2013

After our delicious Icelandic breakfast we went to Glaumbaer to see the Skagafjordur Folk Museum where they have typical Icelandic old 'turf houses'. The roofs and most walls are either stacked pieces of turf the size of large bricks, or take the shape of a severely slanted roofs covered with turf made up of grasses. Only one side had small windows, probably using thin hides in days of old, and chimneys in all the other ...

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