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In the article they say:
Iceland, of course, has no borders, has remote locations, is stable as a country and has virtually no world enemies. Its people are happy and the nation always ranks highly on the Global Peace Index. If world conflict erupts, Iceland is one of the few stable nations in the world unlikely to get caught up in the middle.
Read the whole article here: 10 Best Places to Live for Escaping World Conflict Travel Article at Expatify.
Remote, but still in the middle of it all!
Fox News Travel published a list of top ten remote hotels in the world, including Hotel Rangá. This list is originally from gayot.com and includes hotels in all corners of the world.
But how remote is Hotel Rangá? It is remote in the sense that it is a place to get away from it all and enjoy the spectacular natural beauty of Iceland, enjoy the view of one of Iceland’s best salmon rivers flowing peacefully near the hotel and in the distance a view of glaciers, mountain ranges and volcanoes.
While remotely located, it is still in the middle of it all. Hotel Rangá is the perfect base to get the most out of your visit to Iceland and explore South Iceland. The hotel’s location is perfect for taking several day trips in all directions and always see something new. Iceland is also a short distance from major markets in Europe and America, less than three hours flight from London and about five hours from New York.
Are you planning a wedding abroad? Check this out..
A wedding day is one of the most important day in people‘s life and we at Hotel Rangá are aware of that and our wedding co-ordinator will help you through all the stages. We endeavour to make your day as special as the memories will always be to you and your loved ones.
Friends and family may want to take the opportunity to have a short break and stay in one of our 51 bedrooms who are split into 24 Standard rooms, 20 Deluxe rooms, 4 Junior Suites and 3 Master Suites! We receive wedding requests from all over the world and the people that have used our service are very happy with our work – if you are planning a wedding abroad and want some more information.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you coming to Iceland this summer?
How to become Icelandic in 60 minutes is an icelandic play showed this summer in Harpa the icelandic music hall. The first show is on the 25ht of May 2012.
Don’t miss it..
Untitled Document – the official webpage of the show.
Here you can see good ideas if you only want to or only have 24 hours to spend in Reykjavík the capital of Iceland.. Check it out..
Iceland is the most desirable destination for world travelers in 2012, both according to Lonely Planet and National Geographic, and Reykjavík is named the hottest city for tourists to visit next year….. Here you can see the article that was published on Iceland review…
safetravel.is is a good webpage with many useful facts on driving, how to act during summer and winter and much more..
Our friend Bob Borealis sent us his latest Aurora forecast for 2011 and we wanted to share it with you.
Here it is:
17th to 19th October Little aurora
20th to 21st October fair to good aurora
22nd to 28th October Very strong aurora (peak 23-25)
29th to 31st October Fair Aurora
1st to 5th November Good to very good Aurora (Peak 2nd/3rd/4th)
6th to 10th November Fair to good Aurora
11th to 18th November Little to fair aurora
19th to 25th November Strong aurora (peak 20th/21st)
26th to 28th November Fair aurora
29th & 30th November Strong Aurora
For you out there…
Iceland review is a good webpage with news and articles from Iceland and today they launched this article:
Interactive Map of Iceland Launched
A website with an interactive 3D map of Iceland has been launched. It includes both “must-see” and lesser known destinations in the country and combines information on phenomena like the northern lights with illustrations of myths and legends, such as sea monsters which were often depicted in ancient maps of Iceland. MORE…
At this website you will find many nice videos about famous sites in Iceland with some videos of activities and Icelandic sheeps…
The videos are not long, they are short and tell you a little bit about each subject..
Check this out :)