Blue Arctic Hotel Sudurgata
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... located only 70 kilometres from Reykjavik. Borgarnes is unusual because it is a town not dependent on fishing like most coastal towns, but rather on service and industry. In Borgarnes town you will find the Icelandic settlement centre, whose main objective is to present the fascinating sagas from the settlement times as well as a special exhibition of the famous Viking poet, Egill Skallagrímsson. All major services are to be found here, and it is truly a beautiful town well worth a ...
... now the rain and wind were relentless so I made my way back to the waiting bus. Even with the bad weather it had been an amazing day with some breathtaking sights.
The bus drove around town dropping everyone off at their hotels. Some of the higher end 4* ...
... out). I won't really be writing this from the perspective of keeping your costs down, but I'm sure there are ways you can trim off some expenses here and there. In general, Iceland is insanely expensive. For everything. Everywhere you go. Just be prepared for that.
And lastly, please keep in mind that we made this trip from September 13 - 20th. Most tourist activity shuts down on September 15th (and I mean SHUTS DOWN). Entire towns go into hibernation, ...
Day 2 in Reykjavik. Up at 6 am - washed dressed and up to breakfast and then on to the coach for 8 am. We were like zombies with so little sleep, but the fresh crisp air soon woke us up. We were going swimming!
We travelled through some weird landscape, grey, dull molten rock occasionally covered with moss. No trees and few buildings once we were out of the main city.
The Blue lagoon was exceptionally well organised. Bands were provided ...
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Mum drove us to their house that they'd been staying in last night, a sweet little cottage on the outskirts of the airport. Keeling over we kipped down as soon as we got there, to be woken a couple of hours later by the smell of eggs and bacon being cooked. I felt like I was home.