Guesthouse Anna

Address: 16 Smaragata, Reykjavík, Iceland | Hotel
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      The final destination

      A travel blog entry by robandnicola on Nov 11, 2014

      120 photos

      ... back in Reykjavik it was dark so we decided to go to the Icelandic Phallological Museum. This was pretty weird and not really "Icelandic" but we had a laugh. Over 200 penis' and parts belonging to various types of animals and one human one. Even one from a polar bear! The museum didn't take long to go around so we got back to our hotel where we had a rest before dinner. The hot water in the showers has a really strong rotten egg smell, apparently most of ...

      Reykjavik Evening

      A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 20, 2014

      19 photos

      ... Then I realized this was three time Eurovision winner Johnny Logan and when I checked recent pics of him on google yes this was him!

      Aside from lots of tourist shops I was now in the retail downtown. Some of the restaurants had formal dress code. I got chatting with a local ...

      Rain, rain and more rain

      A travel blog entry by shaughnp on Sep 08, 2014

      ... taking day. There were lots of lava fields in this area too, just like in the south. The coastline was beautiful when we could see it. The most unusual part of the day was the Hvalfjorour tunnel built under the water north of Reykjavik. This tunnel is cave like and 6 km long. Two lanes most of the way, poorly lit and no ventilation. Fun! And it cost 2000 isk to boot (just under 20 ...

      Viking Longhouses and Whale Penises

      A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 01, 2014

      4 photos

      ... out of the geothermal vents in the area.

      It seems that Reykjavik for a long time was nothing more than a small collection of longhouses, farms, smithies etc. The longhouse in the Settlement Exhibition is very well preserved and is accompanied by informative panels and interactive displays. All very modern and slick, and very interesting - though it doesnt take more than an hour and a half to see everything.

      Then for lunch ...

      Viking Wedding

      A travel blog entry by lmarshman on Aug 27, 2014

      1 comment, 42 photos

      ... was crazy, cold and raining for a big percentage of it. It was a very interesting way to see the capital city of Iceland. Even one of the brides grand mothers went walking with us. She was keeping up with the rest of us and curled under her wool jacket. The afternoon was great and the new husband and wife got great pictures. The evening continued on with great food, drinks and speeches back in the hotel. After the embarrassing pictures of them both and the cake ...