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Heathrow on a Friday night was entertaining as ever...oh how we love tour group watching!
The flight was great and 3 hours later we found ourselves withdrawing 40,000 Icelandic Krona to take a bus and pay for our apartment for the trip!
One thing to note about Iceland right away is the efficiency of the tourist transport and hotel …
... whole country. The water coming from underground is so hot that they have to cool it in the swimming pools first. Any excess hot water they don’t use is piped out to sea. This must be affecting the ecology of the surrounding sea I would have thought.
We walked around several geothermal hot springs and sulphur springs.It was fascinating to see steam pouring out of the ground, parts of which were so hot we were not allowed to walk on it. There are endless lava fields which ...
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=> has two of the top 10 water-falls of the world
... in Europe (the 1st most powerful is also in Iceland) and is considered by many to be the most beautiful in the country. Just a few minutes’ drive from Gullfoss is the Great "Geysir” area. Now, here “geyser” is often pronounced as “geezer”. We saw one of the most active geysers in the area, Strokkur, the “Great Geysir” erupt. We were a bit disappointed in ...
... equipped kitchen. We took a walk, first round our neighbourhood, and then beyond. We came to Iceland’s largest church, Hallgrímskirkja, an imposing structure built to resemble Iceland’s volcanic basalt rock formations. At 74.5 metres high, this Lutheran church also housed a large 15-metre high pipe organ weighing around 25 tons.
On the way back we found ourselves ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking