Hotel Egilsstadir

Skogarstrond 6, Egilsstadir, 700, Iceland | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Egilsstadir

Eastbound to Egilisstadir

A travel blog entry by howardstein


... Through modern technology we gave them a tour of the crater and the surrounding sights of the lake. Grjotagja fissure was our next amazing sight. Here the plates of the earth moved apart causing a lava flow. Visually it looks like the earth opened up by someone ripping the earth apart. It was most impressive. We then gassed up the car and purchased provisions for a picnic lunch a la Toyota Auris. We headed east leaving the Lake Myvatn ...

Where elves live

A travel blog entry by tem


... and found out that hiking in Iceland is at some places really easy. If there is a point where two hiking trails cross, they have a plate with a map, so no one will loose their way. Apart from the hiking and the stories about elves, Bakkagerdi is a fishing village, where they hang up the fishes to dry, as it is done in whole Iceland.


Day Four: All About the Ice

A travel blog entry by rachels694


... the falls and give ourselves a bit of a geology lesson by examining how geometrical the columns were (from the pieces that have chunked off and piled up at the base). Thankfully the walk back to our vehicle was easy since 90%25 of the time it was downhill! Ahhhhh! Next we headed to a very picturesque glacier lagoon named "Fjallsarlon". Fjallsárlón is a glacier lake at the south end of the Icelandic glacier Vatnajökull. Fjallsjökull which is ...

Fantastic Fjords ( not a Holden to be seen)

A travel blog entry by plannette


... mountain track, heavy rain, fog and strong winds!! Safely negotiated we arrive at our next overnight in Raufarhofn. This is the northern most towns in Iceland. There is only one hotel and from the outside we are apprehensive. See Pics.

Looks can be deceiving as we found out when we got inside. Very cosy, clean and spacious room. The owner is the chef and he served up a very nice fish soup followed by Catfish fillets which wasn’t bad ...


A travel blog entry by lauraexplora


On Friday morning Keenan and I caught a bus to the domestic airport and flew from Reykjavik to Egilsstašir, the largest city in east Iceland. It was amazing to fly across the country because I got to see part of Vatnajökull, the largest glacier in Iceland. It was immense. You could see patterns of ash and little blue green lakes on the surface of the glacier. I tried to take pictures, but of course they didn“t capture ...


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