Hotel Valholl

Thingvellir, Selfoss, 801, Iceland | Hotel
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Two Gals Driving in a Circle

A travel blog entry by abalzer on Jul 09, 2014

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... it erupt six or seven times while we walked around the area. We also saw a Litli Geysir and the original Geysir (it doesn’t erupt anymore.)

Our final stop of the day came at Gullfoss waterfall. Gullfoss means "golden waterfall" and it is one of Europes most powerful waterfalls. Even though the day was cloudy Gullfoss was an amazingly beautiful site.

By the time we finished at Gullfoss ...

Day 16 The real Iceland

A travel blog entry by on Jun 28, 2014

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... units and apartments of varying classes, scattered around in amongst metre high shrubbery, located within a few hundred metres of the reception area. They look very nice and we are escorted to our Comfort Class room by a local lass, who is quite pleasant to the eye according to Noel. This lass tells us that it is very hot today. Noel reckons she must be auditioning for a comedy role as his IPhone tells him it's just 13 degrees celsius with a cool ...

Hiking Southern Iceland!

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on May 26, 2014

... so we went back to the info centre to find out if there was anywhere else we should go. She suggested the road down to the volcano and a few side roads with nice scenery. We had already been down there but the weather was much better today so we could see more so we went down again. We managed to find Dyrholaey which is the place we couldn't find the other day. It was pretty much a hole in a rock but it was still nice scenery. We ...


A travel blog entry by bryce_terri on Oct 05, 2013

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... an incredible multi-tiered waterfall. Geysir is the other main attraction in the area. Despite giving the name to the rest of the world, Geysir is now inactive, fortunately right next door is another geyser called Strokkur which provides much more reliable eruptions of water, every 4 to 8 minutes. It was bitterly cold, so we only saw it once. We finished up in true Iceland style with a dip in the natural ...

Golden Circle, Sultan, and Lake Kleifavartn

A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 02, 2013

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... filled with all sorts of neat gifts to take back and we decided to grab a shot glass embedded into a sheep horn. Then it was off to Gullfoss, which is the biggest waterfall in Iceland.

As it was getting late into the afternoon and we wanted to get back so we could squeeze in some time in Reykjavik, it was only a quick visit at Gullfoss. It's a marvelous waterfall and we would've loved to have walked to the very edge to see down but it would've ...