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Travel Blogs from Reykjavík
... a coffee and were told to return later to be checked in. We went up the street three blocks for a quick breakfast of croissant and coffee at a 'French bistro' but the croissants were cold and over baked -won't go there again. We walked and explored downtown, got a pile of info from the tourist information office, and wound up at The Sea Baron for lunch. The restaurant was very cheerful and low budget, but the best lobster soup in the country by ...
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... Icelandic horse. These horses have five gaits instead of the usual three. They are the only breed of horse in Iceland. Icelandic law prevents other breeds of horses from being imported into the country. If an Icelandic horse is exported to another county, it will not be allowed to return.
Throughout our visit to Iceland, a common theme has been elves and trolls. The majority of the 320,000 Icelanders ...
... Reykjavik. The air hostess told us that she was a local and that although it was coming to the end of July, there was still very little sun in Iceland and it was cold and gloomy. We landed at Iceland's Keflavik Airport at about eleven p.m. local time and walked quickly with our luggage in the icy wind to the nearby Smari Airport Hotel for the night.
... all really enjoyed and are looking forward to tomorrow.
Ein huchafbwyntiau hyd yma.
Lydia- Fe wnes i fwynhau ymweld ar rewlif. I enjoyed the Glacier.
Bethan - Gullfoss
Ella-traeth Reynisfjara beach
Catrin - Gweld y puffins ar traeth Reynisfjara
Buddug - Gullfoss
Zoe - Rhewlif / Glacier
Meg D - Cerdded ar y rhewlif/ walking on the glacier
Sioned- Mae´r rheadrau yn ...