Blaklukka Guesthouse

Hvammsgerdi 12, Reykjavík, 108, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

Slaughtered whales and waterfalls

A travel blog entry by traveleasy

15

... belting with rain. My jacket was waterproof but I carried an umbrella with me to try and keep the camera dry as I took photos. The falls was called Barnafoss (or Children's Waterfall). Two children were supposed to have died here in mythological times. The Barnafoss was only one waterfall in a series of waterfalls caused by clear springs and meltwater that bubbled up under the lava and cause cascades almost 1 km wide. We were pretty wet by ...

A Puffin Awesome Day

A travel blog entry by choyt1427

24

... spend much of the year out at sea (who knew?) but every summer they head to Iceland to nest. June and July provide the best opportunities to see them in numbers, and boy, did we ever. They were perched along the entire coast of the small island just five minutes away from the Reykjavik harbor. And...they fly! Quite adorably so. They have to flap their wings a few times while on land before they get enough momentum to take off but when they do, they move ...

Fire and Ice

A travel blog entry by swannieg

... while Guy had fermented shark( which hasbeen buried underground for 6 months and which you have with schnapps chaser to kill the taste) and Atlantic Charr ,another local fish. Also on the menu were fried Puffin, Minke Whale steaks and dried commorant with crispy seaweed. Passed on all of those!
Decided to try to find something a bit cheaper for next few nights!
29/5. Having trouble adjusting to all this daylight. Sun didn't go done until 11.30 - up again at 3!
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Hands Off My Lopapeysur!

A travel blog entry by msprague

4

... it.
Traveling by bus around Reykjavik has been super simple. It's not a huge city to begin with so we've walked a lot but on top of that the hotel has loaned us a bus pass which gives us the option of a quick jump on/jump off.
Our afternoon was spent browsing some of the shops, taking photos, and visiting some of the highlighted coffee and pastry shops sampling the goodies.
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The Blue Lagoon

A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs

15

After a 12 hour day trip yesterday & sore muscles from horseback riding, we decided it was time to relax today & head to The Blue Lagoon. In 2012 National Geographic listed this geothermal pool as one of the top 25 wonders of the world. They describe it as ''the steaming turquoise pools of Iceland's Blue Lagoon, trapped in volcanic rock represent an otherworldly vision." This is description is absolutely correct. We were blown away by the ...

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This hotel, located in the Reykjavík area of Reykjavík, is near Solfar (Sun Voyager) Sculpture, Saga Museum, Icelandic Phallological Museum, and Helicopter Service of Iceland.
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