Guesthouse Anna

16 Smaragata, Reykjavík, Iceland | Hotel
Prices starting from $124.00
 

Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

Unique summer

A travel blog entry by bartopreis

... but I imagined this relaxtitude is part of dealing with the weather. They were talking about an Icelandic 18-yr old boy who had died in an accident in Spain with a rollercoaster. Talk of the Island of course, because in such a small community everyone had in some way a connection with him. Then they switched to the fire that had been happening last week where a bookstore went up in flames. The smoke was visible from all throughout Reykjavik and I had ...

No TV in the TV

A travel blog entry by bartopreis

... realize the wrong of your actions. I'm going to make a very weird comparison now, but it reminded me a little bit of when in the last year India was in the news almost daily because of the spreading rape indidents. One of the statements that I remembered the most was of a government offical who said that women should dress less provocatively. It had angered me so much (more of course then in the case of Suarez, I'm comparing apples with pears now), because he refused ...

Iceland - Day 3

A travel blog entry by emthom

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Today we got up early, had breakfast, and waited for the golden circle tour bus. We were picked up from our hostel at 8:30. The first stop was the Friðheimar greenhouse cultivation centre, about an hour outside of Reykjavik. The greenhouse grows tomatoes and cucumbers and the owner explained to us how geothermal energy is used to grow vegetables all year round. Our next stop was Geyser, an area where ...

Iceland!

A travel blog entry by iboersma

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... water varies in temperature from bathtub warm to super hot and there are even some open geothermal vents spewing nearly boiling water in the middle of the pools. The place really defies description.

From the little we've seen of Iceland, we are really intrigued by it. The people are friendly and proud of their country and seem to love sharing their knowledge of it. Pretty much everyone speaks English, which helps as my ...

A priestly talk about the Copa Final

A travel blog entry by bartopreis

... pope so popular with young both religious and non-religious people and so much in the news in positive way as Francesco. A simple fear of a popularity overshadowing his own.

I'd rather put my faith in a priest that I can have a beer with, understands society in such a realistic sense that he knows that managing a country doesn't rely on putting your faith in God and knows the score of the latest Copa Final than one that keeps living in his own imaginary bubble.
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