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Day 23 Back to Reykjavic

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... after volcanic mountain peak. The clouds are preventing us from seeing their full effect today but we have encountered enough previously to appreciate them even in these conditions. They are all so different but there is certainly not as much ice down this way but that is as one would expect. As we well and truly leave the peninsula area behind us, we are in sight of Reykjavik. We come across the Hvalfiordur Tunnel. This is a tolled road tunnel under the Hvalfjordur Fjord and is part ...

Last full day in Reykjavik

A travel blog entry by traveleasy


... on top. The lemon tarts cost $7 each - almost as much as a pint of beer!!!

When we got home we made a cup of coffee to go with the lemon tart, but when we bit into them the lemon was still runny and we had to like our fingers like crazy. It was very tasty though. Will have to pack our bags for tomorrow and plan our exit from Reykjavik - which will include another local bus ride to the bus depot to catch the bus to the airport.

The Golden Circle Tour

A travel blog entry by prinret


... is the deciding factor when packing. To me it makes more sense to take one slightly overweight medium size suitcase than a medium and a carry on size to carry exactly the same things. Nevertheless, the overweight charges far exceed the extra piece of luggage charges.

Icelandair allows us to check two suitcases each - as long as they are not overweight - free of charge. We trust there will be no problems at the airport.


And we're off!

A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke


... curve! --------------------------------------- --------------- I have arrived! In Boston! And I'm at my hostel! 2 hours late and arriving in the dark wasn't ideal but definitely may have jinxed myself on the level of sun I was expecting! The hostel is the most recent addition to the hostel internationals in the U.S and it is really lovely! Huge rooms and lockers and breakfast in the morning! I am set to go! They even threw in ...

A priestly talk about the Copa Final

A travel blog entry by bartopreis

... word he explained what the service had been about. His dark gown symboled the darkness of Good Friday, a reminder of the sadness. Being the headpriest of the national church in Iceland he could tell us about the religious history from the very first beginning when they decided to install Christianity, to when they build the church that we were sitting in, in times that everything in Iceland was covered in ash due to the continuous eruptions of volcanos. In ...



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