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... out of time.
Iceland is a pretty barren treeless land. We landed at Keflavik International airport for our one hour layover. We got to walk down the stairs onto the tarmac and experience an Icelandic cold breeze at 6am local time. Brrrr. Had a quick coffee and snack and reboarded another jet.
On to ...
... and our struggle in this survival of the fittest planet, makes us forget our dreams and fancies and we become a mechanised part of the system.
... the amazing, newly built Harpa Concert Hall with its amazing hexagonal glass skin. Built beginning in 2007, it was an act of vision and defiance to continue with construction after the crash of 2008. It is a world-class building and a wonderful way to see the city from a protected, inside location.
We checked out the shopping street and had a great lunch at Vegamot, but decided to ...
... that they were too hot to swim in) were that strange luminous blue that we saw before, and all around the edges was a strange white encrustation; above it all the steam drifted mysteriously. The only noise was the hiss of the escaping steam and the trickle of the water falling in the cooling towers. What was very different, too, was the fact that all the buildings of the power plant were right there, with glass windows all along the outside so you could look in and see the ...
... PRICES. Comparing prices of Norway, Iceland and Switzerland ended in the conclusion that Norway is incredibly expensive and that prices in Iceland are a bit cheaper than Switzerland. Jiiippiiii, thats good news for my budget ;-) and a great start for the next few months of travelling!
Now I'm ready to hit my mattress (with a strange plastic layer...) Good night everyone!
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed