Bed And Breakfast, Keflavik Airport
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... and at 9 went to find our way out only to realize the passport check gates were all closed and no personnel were to be found! After 10 minutes of knocking on glass and yelling "hello?" A stern man came and seemed suspicious of why we'd stayed in the arrivals for over 2 hours. He told us "you two are lucky that someone is still on duty now." Weird, I guess it ...
... smooth skin was the clear beneficiary. A little road trip with a small snack after. As an educator, Neil was thrilled to be on two different continenal plates during the ride home. See bridge picture for details. It was fun to rent a car and see the lava field countryside and stunning ocean views ...
Iceland is a land where the old lore lives on. I am glad to be back here. I have been lucky enough to be hosted by Joi and Gudny. Also lucky to be able to hang out with Magnus again. The past week has consisted of motorcycles, hot springs, hiking, volcanic caves with lava tubes, metal grunge shows, and experiencing all Reykjavik has to offer. Its hard to believe all that I ...
... National, Iceland's big championship horse show.
Also near the restaurant was a memorial called Hope, in honor of the local fishermen who have lost their lives at sea. The mother holds a wreath in one hand, and the little boy is holding a fish.
Our final area to explore is called Reykjanes (smoky) Peninsula. This is the place where you can see most clearly ...
... seats (basically a three-seat with a fixed table in the middle) was upgraded to “Saga Class” seats (first class seating without the linen). Awesome – big, comfy seats for the seven hour flight to Keflavik.
Our route took us over British Columbia and the Banff area (stunning peaks) and across the lower portion of the Northwest Territories before crossing the north side (!!) of Hudson’s Bay. The pockmarked land is dominated by ...