Icelandair Hotel Fludir
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... a potential sleep in I was up and about early and hit the road after getting my domestic life on the road sorted: which means supplies, petrol and a quick tidy of the car which is currently being operated as an open suitcase... I have decided to leave everything in the car and just take out what I need - toiletries and clean clothing for the next day etc.. Now about the clean clothing - one has had ...
... It was back in the bus and bound for our lunch time stop at Geysir and the hot springs. Not quiet as impressive as the Bolivian geysers that melted Kyle's shoe but still a sight to see. After lunch it was a short drive to the main attraction of the day, Gullfoss Waterfall. This picturesque spot attracts millions of visitors each year and it is easy to see why. A small soaking from the spray was well worth ...
... peaceful here! Perfect after the events of the day.
We got up bright and early this morning, since we had a little over 2 hours of driving, plus sight-seeing before our rafting tour at 2pm. Ate breakfast at the hotel, and then back on Route 1 (or Ring Road). This road goes around the entire country, and is probably the only road that is fully paved everywhere. RIP to the bird we hit with our car this morning (I ...
... plentiful supply. We turn off from the ring road towards Geysir, stopping at Kerid which is a string of three small volcanos the largest of which has a lake in the caldera. Whilst the original geysir, after which the place is named, no long spouts there is one which erupts about every 5 minutes. This together with the steam erupting from numerous ...
... and municipality in the south of Iceland located 45 km to the east of Reykjavík on Iceland's main ringroad, Route 1.The river Varmá runs through the town. The population was 2,316 on 1 January 2011.
Overview: ]The surrounding area is part of the Hengill central volcano, and is geothermally active ...