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Travel Blogs from Reykjavík
A and I were quite giddy with excitement and anticipation of this, our first "real" day in Iceland.
While we were trying to be mindful of our expenses (and we quickly discovered Icelandic prices to be far greater than those at home), we did decide to splurge a little to have a proper guided experience to allow us to get into some areas we …
Summary of the Day
Arrival in Keflavik
Visit to the Blue Lagoon
Check into Reykjavik Accommodations
Wander Around & Dine in Reykjavik
Enjoy the Midnight Sun!
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So, our Icelandair flight was about 30 minutes later arriving, which meant we were touching down in Keflavik, Iceland's …
Ce matin, le premier départ de 8:00 se fait ŕ 9:15! Mais:
- Michel a oublié son appareil photo
-Aprčs 5 km, JP s'aperçoit qu'il a oublié sa camera!
-Retour ŕ la case départ pour tenter de trouver la caméra.
Pour se faire pardonner, JP s'impose une traversée du désert, mais Michčle n'a pas voulu le laisser seul< …
Aujourd'hui, petit raid autour du volcan Hekla et direction Thorsmok, la vallée référée des Islandais.
Piste avec de nombreux gués, glaciers impressionnants
Petite randonnée d'une heure et demie au fond de la vallée pour admirer le Myrsdalsjokull. Avez-vous compris que Jokull veut dire glacier?
... a photo of it but will try to put one from the web up on the blog. It's huge, warm (39C), and full of people. It doesn't matter if it's raining, hailing, 2pm or 8pm, it's packed.
We spent today walking around the city. We were able to visit the Phallus Museum, a church, the harbour, a zoo, family park, and of course, the pool.
We walked by a huge stadium where some kind of soccer match was starting up and people were rushing in - ...