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Ţingvellir - Geysir -
Northern Lights Center - National Park of
Geological Wonders (UNESCO) - Exploding Geysers - Famous "Golden" Waterfall
Ţingvellir National Park (pronounced Thingvellir) is a national park in South Iceland and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park is home to the world's longest running Parliament, first established in 930 AD, and also has a dramatic landscape formed as a result of sitting ...
... one of the most beautiful waterfalls I have ever seen! it was chilly and windy, but the setting sun was shning on the falls. I hope the pictures provide some small indication of how magnificent the falls are.
We went back along the southern part of the route. Most of this was farmland interspersed with fields of lava rock. The ground was covered with a soft green moss. Very nice.
It was interesting seeing the unique landscape as sections were covered in snow and the other side not. The rivers also carved interesting strands as they made their way thru.
... in southwestern Britain until the last century.
The ancient Celts (also called Gaels or Gauls) have been called the "founders of Europe." As early as th3e3 8th century BC., the Greeks, Etruscans, and Iberians were nibbling at the southern fringes of Europe- but the Celts dominated the northern and central areas with their powerful tribal culture. Though badly neglected by historians, ...
... organ with an impressive array of stainless steel pipes. There was a collection for cleaning them, so we donated all our small change, neither of us fancied the job. There was a lift to the top of the tower from where we got a good view out over the Reykjavik rooftops: we could see he ship, the car rental place and almost everywhere else too. Dropping the car back was easy, and nice young Matthias dropped us back at the ship, where I succumbed and bought a thick Icelandic sweater. ...