Blue Arctic Hotel Sudurgata
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... clear and highs predicted to be in the low 60's. I had booked an independent Golden Circle tour with Iceland Guided Tours. We got off the ship and found where they were loading their mini-buses (there were about 75 people from Cruise Critic taking the same tour). Karl and I decided to sit on the side of the bus that just had one seat so we both got a window. Our tour guide was Atis, a nice young man from Latvia, and our driver was Stephan.
As we drove out ...
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... American standards but it was clean and comfortable. We crashed hard. When we woke up 5 pm Iceland time. It was time to grab a bite to eat. In our hotel there is a rooftop lounge and bar. It happened to be happy hour so beer and wine were cheaper.(nothing in Iceland is cheaper so if you are eating out be prepared to pay) Cheap beer was 9.00 and Wine is 8.00. We decided to stretch our legs and made our way up to ...
... awesome view.
Pic 5 - Breakfast
We may not be riding anymore but the simple breakfast stuck with me. Just coffee, toast, cukes, and apples.
Pic 6 - Gulfoss Waterfall
They say this rivals our Niagara Falls!
Pic 7 - Gulfoss Waterfall
Tammy hanging on against the wind!
Pic 8 - Geysir
A cool little video we too of the geyser eruption at Geysir.
Pic 9 - Geysir
Pic 10 - Geysir
... information is for John's brother David). On we go, noticing a cone on the right, the sign says “Saxholl” so in we go. Wow, a real volcanic cone before our eyes. John had to go up, so on with his coat and hat and set off (it was freezing this morning). The path wound up around the outside, it was pretty steep, a good leg workout for the morning, he was hot and sweaty when he arrived at the top. Wow it was amazing, and he was thrilled he'd ...