A Virtual Tour of the Luxury Hotel Rangá
Jun29

A Virtual Tour of the Luxury Hotel Rangá

ICELAND – June 7th, 2016 – Travelers considering a luxury getaway to Iceland can now take a virtual tour of 4-star Hotel Rangá, the first hotel in Iceland to offer Google Maps Street View. The tour which launched today was created using over 1,000 images photographed on location at the country’s top resort in May. With just a few clicks guests can interactively explore three artist-inspired guestrooms, two Around the World...

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Hiking in the Faroes
Feb04

Hiking in the Faroes

One Week Self-Guided Hiking Program in the Faroes Priced at $1262 Where are the Faroe Islands? GJOGV, FAROE ISLANDS — At 62 degrees north latitude, in the heart of the North Atlantic Gulf Stream, lies a remote cluster of islands known as the Faroes. Virtually unknown to North Americans, the 18 islands lie halfway between Iceland and Norway. The archipelago boasts towering volcanic mountains, waterfalls that cascade from cliffs...

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Icelandair Resumes Seasonal Service from Washington-Dulles
Mar05

Icelandair Resumes Seasonal Service from Washington-Dulles

(Quincy, MA, March 2012) – As part of Icelandair’s 2012 schedule, service from Washington-Dulles will resume starting March 29th. Flight # 644 will commence from the nation’s capital with four flights per week, increasing up to 5 flights per week starting May 23rd and 6 flights per week beginning June 11th. Service is scheduled to continue until January 2013 and resume again in the spring. Service from Washington-Dulles...

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Visit the Islands of the Vikings this Summer
Feb07

Visit the Islands of the Vikings this Summer

(GJOGV, FAROE ISLANDS) — Most travelers know about Iceland, with its scenery that varies from stark lunar mountains to hot springs and geysers. In a country roughly the size of Ohio you discover dazzling landscapes — and a vibrant cultural and nightlife. But a little farther east, in the North Atlantic Gulf Stream, lies a remote cluster of Nordic islands known as the Faroes, virtually unknown to North Americans.  This...

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Icelandair’s New Frontier
Dec26

Icelandair’s New Frontier

(Quincy, MA, December 21, 2011) -Icelandair and Frontier Airlines have announced a new interline partnership, expanding the travel options from Denver International Airport. This exciting news comes shortly after Icelandair’s announcement of new service from Denver starting May 11, 2012 with four flights a week to Iceland. Once in Iceland, Icelandair offers connections to over 20 destinations in Scandinavia, the United Kingdom,...

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Icelandair’s Hot Package
Jul25

Icelandair’s Hot Package

Iceland is hot and this year you can feel the steam. Icelandair’s latest offer, The Golden Circle and Fontana Icelandic Steambath package, has turned out to be Icelandair’s hottest selling package, with record-breaking sales in it’s first week. With prices starting as low as $599* from Washington, D.C. and Boston The Golden Circle and Fontana Icelandic Steambath package is also one of the hottest values of the...

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Fly to Iceland and Save $100
Feb17

Fly to Iceland and Save $100

Quincy, MA, February 17, 2010 – Icelandair is offering $100 off all packages to Iceland when booked online by February 28, 2011. There has never been a better time to visit Iceland. With a more favorable rate of exchange than most foreign destinations, and only 5 hours from Icelandair’s Northeastern gateways, Iceland is the perfect getaway. Recently named the #4 destination to visit in 2011 by U.S.A. Today, Iceland is a...

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Photos in Iceland, a Volcano Erupts
May20

Photos in Iceland, a Volcano Erupts

About twelve years ago I stood on top of a volcano while visiting Vestmannaeyjar (the Westman Islands) in Iceland and admired the view. The volcano last erupted in 1973 and eventually became the justification for one of the wildest festivals in Europe, which consists of Vodka, music, and general debauchery, but nothing to do with volcanoes anymore. It was a good time for me with an inactive volcano — and the debauchery of the...

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A New Year’s Travel Resolution

All good travel starts with an idea. And what’s a more comfortable way to gather those ideas than armchair traveling with In The Know Traveler? To get your adventures started, let In The Know Traveler and a list put together by the United Nations help. While the UN is an organization that you don’t usually associate with travel recommendations, each year they rank their 175 member countries on living standards such as real income,...

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Random Thoughts on Iceland

I wasn’t sure what compelled me to visit, so I told everyone that I decided to scream naked on a fjord — It seemed just as good as any other reason. I eventually bared all on a deserted hill just outside of Patreksfjordur and yelled at the top of my lungs at the emptiness of the West Fjords. I set my camera on delayed shutter. The picture is very unflattering and to this day I am not sure what drew my to Iceland. I was not...

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