Chez Monique

Address: Tjarnargata 10 B - 101, Reykjavík, Iceland | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

      Made it to the city!

      A travel blog entry by wanderwithus on Mar 30, 2015

      1 comment, 2 photos

      We woke up this morning to sunshine and beautiful blue skies. It was stunning! It seems like everything in Iceland falls in the extreme end of the continuum. The blowing wind and snow is fierce, the crashing waves are powerful, the landscape is brilliant, and when the sun shines it's something you want to hold in your head and never forget because of the beauty. I feel very blessed to have had the opportunity to visit this island.

      We made it ...

      Catching a Volcano Dream

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 01, 2015

      ... and glory, even with the rivers looking quite frozen! But no taxi. Our guide and our bus driver kept calling and talking to someone and finally our bus driver says follow me. I figure the taxi is somewhere in the back of the parking lot but nope - we climb on the bus and he drives the bus back down the hill and the ...

      Reykjavik Day 1

      A travel blog entry by davidandjen on Dec 21, 2014

      ... At this time of year there was only about 5 hours of brightness. Weather was cold, but not overly so, about the same as NYC.

      Reykjavik is a very picturesque city, even more so at Christmas time with snow and fairy lights everywhere. Dining is a little expensive. There are lots of nice restaurants on the main street where ...

      I know where Iceland gets its name

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 19, 2014

      ... for it which, as completely icy as it was, was the best place to be. But that hadn't been our intention. We were told to help ourselves to weather suits, which were supposed to keep us warm and dry. I went into the room, picked up a couple of suits for us and went back out to find David there waiting. We walked into the main room of the boat and every seat was taken. Every one. So we had no choice to go up on deck. I know where Iceland gets its name. It was absolutely freezing! My ...

      Reykjavik Overnight

      A travel blog entry by garytan on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... Trading rights were still limited to the subjects of the Danish Crown, and Danish traders continued to dominate trade in Iceland. Over the following decades, their business in Iceland expanded. After 1880, free trade was expanded to all nationalities and the influence of Icelandic merchants started to ...