Apartments At Bjarnarstigur

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Now to the land of the ice and snow, to the midnig

A travel blog entry by raymarietinetti on Jul 17, 2014

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... back up the hill to the bus stop. The tour went to some of the same places as the night tour so it was good to see the buildings and scenes in the daytime too. It finished about 3pm.

We had lunch at KFC on 7th Avenue. Marie had a 3 piece box which came with a biscuit (scone) instead of fries. I had a chicken pot pie. It was good - like chicken supreme in a 20cm plastic bowl with pastry on the top. Then we ...

Day 25 Reykjavik to London

A travel blog entry by wombat.one on Jul 07, 2014

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... Iceland Air and arrive in London at about 8.30pm. By the time we clear customs etc. we get to our accommodation for the next five nights, the 54 Boutique Hotel in Kensington. Being a small hotel, there is no restaurant for dinner but reception staff order in a pizza and pasta for us from a local eatery.

Despite having done basically nothing all day, we are both very tired and go to bed at about 11.30pm, looking forward to our first full day in the old mother country ...

Our Impressions of Iceland

A travel blog entry by jerryroberta on Jun 28, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... pets. We averaged one dog a day and only one cat during the whole trip. However, we saw a postcard in the airport that said, "Cats rule Reykjavik" so maybe we got it wrong.

We never saw a car accident on the highways all through their highways in rural areas seemed to us dangerous. They are two lanes The highway shoulders are high and steep. A miss-step of driving off the paved highway and you are most likely a goner. The ...

Slaughtered whales and waterfalls

A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Jun 25, 2014

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... Must dispirited we left the whales behind and travelled through beautiful countryside to reach Pingvellir, the site of the old government from 930 to 1798. Parliament used to sit only once a year and the chiefs and their followers would come from all around the country. Because of volcanic activity in the area, tectonic plate movement and subsidence, the church had to be moved and several of the roads went under water.

You could see ...

Iceland's National Day

A travel blog entry by jakesnorri2014 on Jun 17, 2014

... before and I didn't know if I would be able to find my way around, but I wanted to try and see if I could figure my way around and do it by myself. The rain drenched me, I was soaking, my map was soaking and was falling apart, but I made it. The cemetery was the most beautiful place that I have ever seen. It was like a forest of green spurting from stone and cement. There are not too many trees in Reykjavík, and I didn't see a single tree in the country, but the cemetery ...

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