Forsaela Apartmenthouse

Address: Grettisgata 33-35b, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | Condo
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    Day 2 – Reykavik:

    A travel blog entry by chavarriaz on Jun 23, 2015

    53 photos

    ... Vikings brought them to Iceland and were always a working horse. They have no exposure to horses of any other kind since none are allowed into the country. Once an Icelandic horse leaves the country it can never return. That’s right, banishment! The horses here have no diseases so they are not vaccinated. All horses in Iceland are 100% pure Icelandic horses. They are smaller and stouter then our horses here in the US but DON’T EVER CALL THEM ...

    Farewell to Iceland.

    A travel blog entry by vickia on Jun 22, 2015

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... a little late, that most garages had, free car washing hoses and brushes! We drove over and John gave the poor car a wash, so that it looked, if not new at least not the dirtiest car in Iceland. We set out to explore the Rejknanes Peninsular. The international airport is located at the end of it near Keflavik. As we searched for our first stop, the Viking Village in the town of Hafnarfjördur (3rd largest town in Iceland), we had scant directions so had a good look around ...

    The arrival day, Happy Birthday!

    A travel blog entry by philippeclairo on May 17, 2015

    8 photos

    ... where we find a table. Beside us is a lonely man, sort of strange looking, but definitely from the region! I keep thinking that even though I'm tired and jet lagged, this is how aliens who have come to earth under a human skin look like ;-) Of course, after few minutes, our stranger start chatting with us, and we listen to a man that is quite educated, and tells us a little about the history and culture of his country. He has worked in the fish industry now for many years, and has ...

    Three days in Iceland

    A travel blog entry by rno791 on Mar 15, 2015

    ... and Rozz had minke whale. Both seemed extreme but the waiter recommended them so we gave it a go and both were surprisingly good. We then decided to book ourselves onto the Golden Circle tour, opting for the shorter afternoon tour due to the cold weather and snow. Golden Circle Tour visited three areas: * Thingvellir National Park where the North American and Eurasia tectonic plates are gradually separating. We got to walk along ...

    Exhausted but ready for Iceland!

    A travel blog entry by drd4-7r on Mar 08, 2015

    11 photos

    ... some there, but I brought my own since theirs was on the watery side. We spent about a hour and a half there, which was plenty of time for us. They have silica mud masks that are complimentary. Slather it on and wait about 10 minutes then rinse. It leaves your face feeling silky smooth. Our admission also came with a drink and another mask! It felt nice being pampered! The water was very warm. The temp ranged from 90-102 degrees F. ...