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Iceland travel stories

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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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Visit Iceland for Less

One of Iceland’s leading hotel chains, and among the friendliest, is FossHotel. Now you can stay three nights in the capital city, or tour for seven nights around the countryside for less. The Foss Sudurgata in Reykjavik, featuring large rooms with shower/wc,...

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Only in Iceland

The following comes from the Iceland Tourism Office Newsletter and touts some of the more unusual spots to check out while visiting Iceland. I can vouch for Lake Myvatn and for the the island as a whole. I spent six incredible weeks there about ten years ago and I am...

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Cruise Iceland

Sailing, Sailing Cruise Iceland was established in 2004 to combine the resources of all those involved in receiving cruise ships to help promote the island as an exciting destination. Today 22 companies are members of Cruise Iceland, including nine ports that provide...

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Americans Enjoy Iceland’s Exchange Rate

Americans Traveling to Iceland Enjoy Best Exchange Rate in Years Americans traveling to Iceland are enjoying one of the best exchange rates in years. For a time one dollar netted just 60 Icelandic kroner (ISK). As of late March 2008, one dollar grew to equal 75...

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