Alba Guesthouse

Address: Eskihlid 3, Reykjavík, 105, Iceland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Reykjavík area of Reykjavík, is near Solfar (Sun Voyager) Sculpture, Saga Museum, Icelandic Phallological Museum, and Puffin Express.
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    Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

    Day 2 – Reykavik:

    A travel blog entry by chavarriaz on Jun 23, 2015

    53 photos

    ... feel fairly confident but I haven’t ridden enough to consider it anywhere near experienced. Last time I rode was a few years ago on a tour through a winery we did in California.

    Introductions aside, our first order of business is a trip to the swimming pools after a small breakfast at a coffee shop. Other than the orange juice, I have no idea what I have consumed in the funny looking sandwich. Originally this was going to be a trip to the ...

    Farewell to Iceland.

    A travel blog entry by vickia on Jun 22, 2015

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... ground floor, it is a huge space, and the glass windows play with the light wonderfully, reflecting windows are scattered among the plain ones, really cool. We lunched in the café, John had Pate which was sensational. Nearly forgot we had to drive around a bit to find the famous Icelandic Pallological Museum, (Penis Museum), boasting of over 250 different animal penises, not to mention a silver sculpture of the erect members of the 11 members of an Icelandic sporting team, ...

    Golden Circle and Reyjkavik

    A travel blog entry by jenelleandchris on Jun 06, 2015

    8 photos

    ... mid-July and then it will start falling again late Sepember. More to our scale are all the horses; Icelandic ponies are everywhere. When I was young and travelling the world I dreamed of riding a pony across Iceland, which was something you could do then. Now that I've seen this spectacular countryside I think how wonderful it would have been. But I've still been able to get up close and pat them. Remember, Chloe, if there's something you really want to do, do it while you ...

    Reykjavík Jun 05, 2015

    A travel blog entry by jenelleandchris on Jun 05, 2015

    8 photos

    ... Blue. Now that all the land where 5 generations of Howells drove their cattle to summer pastures has been sold, with just the rights to the cabin left to them, it was rather sad. Each time I go I forget how absolutely beautiful it is, up there in the aspen studded Rockies. It is truly big country. We saw an elk and deer and Jimmy and Savannah ran straight into a bear when they took the ATV out. Chris tried his luck ...

    Having a whale of a time!

    A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Feb 20, 2015

    12 photos

    ... dries out your hair something shocking-where is Tobie and his oil when I need him? :)

    I took a walk around the town with one of the girls called KL. We both wanted to see the Church as it has the best platform to view the city. To catch the lift to the platform you pay around $7 Australian. They just rely on your honesty as no one checks tickets. In fact, that happens a lot around Iceland. It's really nice to think the best of people. Funny enough, everyone paid for a ...