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... Commonwealth period people would flock to Žingvellir from all over the country, sometimes numbering in the thousands. They set up booths with walls of turf and rock and temporary roofing and stayed in them for the two weeks of the assembly. Although the duties of the assembly were the real reason for going there, ordinary people gathered at Žingvellir for a wide variety of reasons. Merchants, sword sharpeners and tanners could all sell their goods and ...
... the Visitor's Center was open (it opens at 10:00am after September 15). We had the pleasure of exploring the geothermal sites of Geysir pretty much all by ourselves. It was lovely! Imagine being at Old Faithful in Yellowstone without another soul around! It's unheard of! To see these world-famous sites up-close and personal, just the two of us was a real treat and made the visit so much more intimate and special. We really got a ...
... but it was awesome to see him. It was freezing on the top deck so
we eventually took refuge in the café below so that Molly and I could try to
regain some feeling in our hands.
Once back in harbour we wandered around studying menus
outside the many restaurants (it’s our 29th wedding anniversary
today so a celebratory dinner seemed apt). We all agreed that to eat in a restaurant that
served whale meat would be ...
Our first stop of the day, after breakfast, was a long shot. The Fjašrįrgljśfur canyon seemed to be down the F206 road and we are not allowed to drive F-ing roads with our little Toyota. If we had a Toyota Land Cruiser it would be a different matter. We ventured down the gravel road announcing the site. Just before the F206 started another little road diverged and that did take us to the canyon.
It was a lovely walk ...
... But it runs!! While waiting for our car we noticed a missing car poster on the wall for one of their rental cars! They simply explained to us that they had somehow 'lost' the car haha!
The first big stop was the blue lagoon! An incredible geothermal spa connected to a geothermal power plant. We rubbed silicon sand all over ourself and soaked in the mineral rich water for 3 hours. Ahh... How relaxing! ...