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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... watched the snow swirling past in the strong winds as we waited for our plane to be de-iced before we could take off. Goodbye, Iceland, it's been great!
Not quite all from me after all. Once up in the air we decided to try out the in-flight Wi-Fi and it is really cool!! It works very well and is definitely the way of the future. Great to be able to send and receive emails and keep up with my blog while flying high. Thank you, Icelandair!
... numb from the cold. I told myself it wouldn't matter because we'd have the better view when we came across dolphins and whales. Except we didn't see a thing. The only living creature we saw were seagulls. This resulted in us swapping our tickets for free vouchers to go out again another day within the next two years. So, next time we're in Iceland... We sought out a cafe and settled in Stefan's where we each ordered a hot chocolate and a ham and cheese bagel. It was toasty and warm ...
... as the last long haul flight we had was with Virgin....where they were so good, BUT ........I was impressed. We all had a personal screen, where I watched The Fault in Our Stars (finally!) and blubbed my eyes out. Ben dozed in and out of sleep and watched The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, which he rates "a good aeroplane movie". Haha. We are now currently sat in Reykjavik airport, where Ben wants to eat everything in sight!! ...
... there was no price difference if I got off at Bergen or went all the way to Trondheim. Since I had planned on going to Trondheim anyway I booked the flight all the way at no extra cost.
On arrival at Bergen we had clear skies and I remembered the coastline from my last visit in 2003. On arrival ...
... similar to our west coast. It may be nice when the sun is shining but any evidence of its existence other than moss was not visible. Miles of old lava flows as far as the eye can see are interrupted only by the odd road. Roads ae paved with perhaps a foot shoulder on each side and immediately drop off to volcanic lava beds. If the lava is black it is recent (young) which turns brown and black over time (a good deal of time). Over hundreds of centuries ...