Blue Arctic Hotel Sudurgata

Address: Sudurgata 121, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | 2 star hotel
 
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      Iceland: waterfalls, snow storms and galciers!

      A travel blog entry by thepoonanns on Feb 13, 2015

      64 photos

      ... ice but overall not too bad. The scenery was spectacular; the glacier was blue which is exactly what we wanted. Blue signifies a denser part of the ice, which is usually only the case in extremely cold weather (lucky for us!). The entire hike was incredible and I kept having to pinch myself because I just couldn't believe what I was seeing was real.

      Golden Circle (9,900 ISK = AUD$97) - GeoIceland
      This is probably one of the most popular tours in Iceland. It covers ...

      Catching a Volcano Dream

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 01, 2015

      ... as I was in the back of the plane and I think he wouldn't have liked that. But the view from the cockpit was just a dream.

      More passes and watching the lava bubble and pop and jump in the fissure and watch it flow into the channels it had already made and watch it move through the field. What an ...

      The final destination

      A travel blog entry by robandnicola on Nov 11, 2014

      120 photos

      ... steam room carved out of a lava cave, Rob went in but I'm not a fan. I just sat in the pool outside under the massaging waterfall. We put some of the silica mud on our faces which was fun. Rob put it all over his arms and back too. I got some in my mouth and it tasted horrible! The silica mud settles at the bottom of the lagoon so feels squishy when your moving around. Apparently the sulphur "whiff" from the lagoon lingers on your skin after but I ...

      Reykjavik, Iceland

      A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Sep 25, 2014

      14 photos

      ... a priority was not to develop industry that was not environmentally sustainable. It was actually good to see the power-plant in distant eye shot of the lagoon - no cover up. We were excited to try local cuisine and we found a restaurant which had an Icelandic taster menu, it was a no brainer. We chose it for one of the local delicacies, smoked lamb. What it actually included was: black pudding (slátur), rotten sark ...

      Between two plates

      A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on Aug 16, 2014

      2 photos

      ... into one of the faults beautifully, then drove further down the valley to the ice cold lake, forget the name of it but its fed 90% by glacial water thats percolated and filtered through the basaltic ground rock, discharging in the rift valley to create Iceland’s biggest lake. Within the lake are more fault lines where the rift valley floor is splitting apart and its here people scuba dive down into them, the famous site called Silfra. Something i’m very keen to do one ...