Hotel Valholl

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

Our first day in Iceland!

A travel blog entry by cthetravellady


We arrived at Keflavik 1 hour late due to our flight being held back because the previous day the flight had been cancelled all together due to mechanical problems. Even got to sleep for 2 hours on the flight!!

Our first true adventure in Iceland was getting the rental car. In the arrivals area there was the usual assortment of rental car companies (Budget, Avis, Hertz...), but did we rent from one of ...

Exploring Southern Iceland!

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard

Our plan for today was to get the sports gear on and head to the national park for a nice long hike! However when we woke up the weather was ****!! Really windy and rainy :( so that ruined our plans a bit! We went for brekkie and decided to ask the receptionist what she recommended. After an alright brekkie the girls talked to the receptionist and she pretty much planned our day for us so that was good! She gave us a big list of places to see and which order ...

The Golden Circle

A travel blog entry by tzuyu


... my car kept skidding. At one point that I was almost sure that I won't be able to make my way back. Thank God that I arrived my hostel safely after 2 hrs scary drive. But before the storm, I saw northern light in all red! I wasn't so sure if it was northern light as it is usually in green. But later on, local people and Google told me that northern light can be very different. Sometimes they can even be brown!


A travel blog entry by bryce_terri


... headed to the all mighty Dettifoss. Dettifoss was a beast, the biggest we’ve seen in Europe. The fact that it wasn’t raining showed there was more space that it could fill if it was which would make it enormous. We did get quite wet from trying to take a pic close to it, we were still quite far away so managing to get as wet as we did shows how powerful it was.


Snorkeling Between Tectonic Plates

A travel blog entry by karanathan


... once you get your head through it will feel as though you are being strangled by a weak man." While I can't speak to the first part of that, it was definitely a snug fit around the neck.

Next we grabbed our mask, snorkel and fins and headed to the water. You have to climb into the water via metal stairs and are instructed to not touch or disturb the rocks and algae living on the rocks. The teddy bear suit and dry suit keep you surprisingly warm in ...


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