Hotel Valholl

Thingvellir, Selfoss, 801, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Selfoss

Golden Circle, Sultan, and Lake Kleifavartn

A travel blog entry by karanathan


... what you usually get in Canada. After getting back with the pizza I found Kara in a state of distress. The reason...she had purchased a traditional Icelandic wool sweater and while she meant to purchase a size medium somehow in the midst of going to the cash register she somehow swapped it out for a small. Due to the store being closed and it being two hours away she's now stuck with a slightly small sweater. We'll have to figure out if there's a way to ...

Þingvellir National Park

A travel blog entry by sam.floy


... we had snorkelled earlier.

There was a large Icelandic flag that we posed by for a bit, and then went further down to a little church that stood by some pools of water. There was once again there was an opportunity to throw rocks at things, and so we did just that.

It was then a short walk back to the car, and we all piled in to set away from Žingvellir, and onto Reykjavik - with Icelandic radio providing much entertainment.

Golden Day on the Golden Circle

A travel blog entry by friesendm


... Great Geysir was the first geyser known to Europeans and lent its name to the English word, “geyser”. It has lost the regularity of its eruptions, which are over 200 feet tall, but its smaller neighbor, a geyser called Strokkur, provided several exciting plumes during the 45 minutes of our visit.

It was a full day showing us many of the various faces of Iceland we’ll be seeing more of during the next 8 ...

How long is an Icelandic kilometre?

A travel blog entry by fearcuairt


... this wonderful little restaurant while the wind blew and torrents of cold rain pounded the windows. Inside this sweet little place I ate a bottomless bowl of wild mushroom soup with home baked barley bread and mint jam, while the others had "volcano soup" - a peppy beef soup with vegetables. Everything, from the cream on my hot chocolate to the beef in their soup, was produced on the farm. It was an oasis of peace on a stormy day, and whether it was the Viking beer, ...

Snorkeling and Northern Lights

A travel blog entry by reme


... t actually have anything suitable with me but since I was wearing skinny jeans she said they'd work fine.

They provide you with a padded jumpsuit to put over your clothes for insulation and then the saga of trying to get into the dry suit begins. The suit works by having tight neoprene seals at the wrist and neck to keep the water out, which of course makes them very hard to get on. The cold doesn't help as your fingers become less useful at ...


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