Butterfly Guesthouse

Address: Ranargata 8a, Reykjavík, Iceland | Hotel
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          Iceland, Some Observations

          A travel blog entry by sammy.froman on Nov 03, 2015

          4 comments, 3 photos

          ... is the 4th most expensive country to live in. Two burgers and a beer cost us $50. 2 pastries and 1 coffee at breakfast was $25. The Icelandic sweaters (one of the top souvenir items) are about $250 a pop. At least we don't have to buy bottled water.

        • There are no trees in Iceland. Well, there are small trees, but not many of them. It seems to us that there are evergreens here that must have been planted in recent years; hopefully in a few decades, ...

        • There must be something in the water

          A travel blog entry by krisdee on Sep 22, 2015

          14 photos

          For those of you who know me well, know I just love to travel. So, here I am, at it again! Today I left Boston on a 5 hour flight (not long at all) to Reykjavik, Iceland on Iceland Air. Again! I am traveling with my international travel partner in crime Nicole. We left Boston at around 2:30pm and landed in Iceland around 11:30pm. The airport was probably the quietest one I have ever been to that actually had people in ...

          Golden Circle

          A travel blog entry by irenan on Aug 12, 2015

          39 photos

          ... spectacular, and I was just standing there waiting for it to erupt again and again (it did it often to my delight!)...even though it was the main attraction, the whole surrounding area was full of smaller geysers, pits with boiling mud and pools of hot water...and tourists, of course :)

          Our next stop - barely 10 minutes drive away - was Gullfoss, one of the most beautiful, ...

          Relaxing, Relaxing, Relaxing - day at sea

          A travel blog entry by kaybrown on Aug 08, 2015

          Slow, slow start to the morning, thank goodness the kids slept in too.

          Had an awesome night dancing and having fun, pity I am getting too old or maybe just too old for the next day recovery.

          Managed to suck it up and pull myself to the gym in the morning while the boys when to the kids club.

          More food...lunch.

          Kids back at the kids club while Pete and I relaxed in the cabin watching Top Gear.

          More food, dinner, rough seas, early ...

          The Golden circle

          A travel blog entry by lizzie-rascal on Jul 21, 2015

          21 photos

          ... little too excited about this! I can justify it by saying that I would be worried if I wasn't, being a Geography teacher and all!! Icelanders are so proud of their Geothermal energy, but I wonder what would happen if their population rose massively from 320,000 to 70 million? They have already said that each Icelandic family owns 2 cars (Not run on Geothermal are they!?) You can already see the effects tourism is having on Iceland! Many locals ...