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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... seeds or angelica. Its potency has earned it the nickname svarti dauoi which means “Black Death”. We were then supposed to make landfall in a tiny fishing village with a population of about 300 called Djupivogur. Weather was quite harsh, with winds of 30 to 40 knots, with 100% precipitation. The ship is tossing about like a little bobber. Our Captain Oh Captain made the decision to go right on past, in the best interest of the ...
... goods mean so little in the quest for happiness
- I really dislike ponytails, and I desperately missed both my hair stylist and my straightener
- looks become so unimportant when swimming with dolphins in New Zealand, hiking through slot canyons in Utah, going on safari in Tanzania, and zip lining through the jungle in Northern Thailand
- my son talks incessantly...oh wait, I already knew that!
- I love that my ...
... country. Reykjavik proper is about 122 000 people, in an area roughly equivalent to that of the urban proper area of Halifax. But pretty much everything you'd want to see is in the downtown core.
And the most bustling street is called Laugavegur. A street on which our hotel just happens to be situated.
We wasted little time in hitting the streets.
First stop was Hallgrímskirkja, a massive Lutheran church and one of ...
... Once I learned to keep my head low, the ride got better!
So after a bumpy, winding journey, we reach Fakasel. This is a pretty neat place where we were able to go in and do a bit of shopping and have some great ice-cream coated in chocolate and caramel! They had some cool Icelandic stuff like sweaters and souvenirs for sale. We even spent some time outside admiring some horses and walking around a bit. Everywhere you look around here you see ...
... horses related to Shetland ponies and have beautiful, long manes and tails. They come in many colors, solid black, white, and brown, piebald, dapple gray, and palomino, plus various permutations thereof. Supposedly, there are large greenhouses in this area where vegetables are grown commercially, but we did not see these. There are plenty of salads available in restaurants. Low mountains were visible on the horizon or nearby as ...