Icelandair Hotel Fludir
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Waking up at Icelandair Hotel Fludir
Enjoyed the standard plentiful breakfast at Hotel Fludir overlooking the countryside and mountain range in the distance.
We arrived after 7pm the night before and missed dinner at the hotel but walked directly across the street to a small casual restaurant with friendly locals and even half …
... wide, 40m deep gash in the landscape that is 16km long. It is quite breathtaking to see, and when you think about what is going on. Icelandic clan's seemed to know of its significance and held their first 'parliament' there which all clans attended to sort out problems, often it seemed by either outlawing or killing. We walked around the sight both along the top of the basalt column ridge, and onto the rift floor. We went to silfra which is the ...
... to truly see how massive this waterfall is and the power it has. The view from near the parking lot it looks nice but you miss the part that is hidden as it falls down into a large canyon, which can only be seen from much closer up. We were politely interrupted by an elderly lady asking where we were from in Canada (she noticed a Canada bag tag on my back pack). Turns out she and her husband are from Niagara Falls and had just started their vacation. She had some questions about ...
... is fickle and can swing the other way instantly.
But if I had been expecting an improvement in the weather that day, I would’ve been disappointed. It was miserable, cold, and rainy for at least five hours, and probably longer after I left. Maybe if I’d prepared more, like if I had worn something beyond a light jacket and a disposable CVS umbrella that served absolutely no purpose against the sideways rain, things would ...
... 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 ...