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... us stranded in a pretty remote area of the island? Yikes! When we travelled around Hellnar, we would see only a handful of cars... A DAY! Not many people travelling in those parts. When I emailed the owner about the concerns regarding the belt issue, his response was, "Best to just carry on." Too funny! Not then, but now. Unfortunately, it was a bit stressful, especially for Joe doing the driving. But you know, we made it and ...
... welcome to Iceland, we were very luck and had the experience included as part of our tour, I believe it can be a pricey experience otherwise however very much worth it. There are other companies who include it as part of a combined tour I do believe, which could help keep the price down. I spent around 1hr 30 there which was just the right amount of time for me however if you wanted to make use of all the additional amenities such as the restaurant and other ...
... crop of trees.
We spent the afternoon walking around downtown. There are many fun shops and restaurants. Some of them are American culture-centric. We found one called "Texas-rama" and another that was dedicated entirely to Chuck Norris!!!! HA!! He is a bigger deal in Iceland that at home!! We had dinner at a hamburger place with exotic burgers with names such as "Celine Dion" and "Snoop Dog!' So ...
... can claim your tax-free cash refund, get all the information you need and brochures. You can also borrow wheel chairs and baby strollers, free of charge, and buy bus tickets and stamps.
Opening hours Mon.- Wed. 10:00 - 18:30 Thursdays 10:00 - 21:00 Fridays 10:00 - 19:00 Saturdays 10:00 - 18:00 Sundays 13:00 - 18:00
Laugavegur is the main shopping street of Reykjavík and ...
... to maximize my time.
2. I come from the west coast of the US. If you've spent any time in that part of the world, you'll know that driving vast distances is not only a necessity, it's quite normal and often enjoyable for us. It's not unusual to drive ten hours to San Francisco in one day, stay a night or two and then make the same trek back home again.
Also, please note that we were not on a tight budget on this trip (it was our honeymoon, so we kind of ...