Reykjavik4you Apartments Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsReykjavik4you Apartments Hotel Reykjavík
Very nice place to stay in the heart of the city, definately worth spending the moneyon this place.
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... attending the assembly was entitled to present his case on important issues from the Law Rock.
In effect the Law Council served both as a parliament and as a supreme court. Laws were passed and approved there, and rulings made on points of law. Unlike the Law Rock, the Law Council was a closed body in which only certain people enjoyed full rights: chieftains who held the office of "gođar", their advisers and later also bishops. However, everyone at ...
... with weather has continued and, despite it raining in Reykjavik for the last week, it has been fine today. I headed out just before lunch and walked up to the Hallgrimskirkja (the Lutheran cathedral which overlooks the city). It was about 1.5kms from our hotel and all up hill but was quite amazing. Although it is a typical Lutheran cathedral and very plain on the inside, the architecture both in and out makes it very impressive. After a bit if a wander, ...
... consumed our hot dogs we went to one of the two malls in Iceland to find some boots. Maggie found some but I was unsure of if I wanted to spend so much.
We checked out a local supermarket where we got dinner stuff and then went back to the hostel to make it.
The rest of the night we stayed in the hostel.
Friday 15th August ...
... but I imagined this relaxtitude is part of dealing with the weather. They were talking about an Icelandic 18-yr old boy who had died in an accident in Spain with a rollercoaster. Talk of the Island of course, because in such a small community everyone had in some way a connection with him. Then they switched to the fire that had been happening last week where a bookstore went up in flames. The smoke was visible from all throughout Reykjavik and I had ...
... making me tired so I jumped out and laid on a bench in my robe and had a nap. It was delightful. Back in I got and then Donny had a nap! Don rubbed my whole back with the body scrub and it was amazing, I could already feel the difference in my skin. The last bus for us left at 9 so we got out at 8.30 ( had been there for 4 hours now) and washed up, changed and convinced the bus driver to pull in at Vogar. When we walked ...