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... a while I take a walk around the town at sunset and as it gets dark to take some photos. The famous church, the Hallgrímskirkja, looks nice lit up at night. I haven't gone up to the top of the tower yet, as I am waiting for a clear day. Nearby is the house of Icelandic sculptor which has been turned into a museum. Its closed but around the back is a garden which contains replicas of some of his works, lit up beautifully at night.
... yet), so hotdogs seemed like the perfect thing to tie us over to dinner. They were great! I'm not sure exactly what sauces were on there, but it included ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise at least and a mixture of crispy and fried onions topped of the typically mundane bun and sausage. We spent the rest of the evening wandering around the city. The locals were out in full force and as it always is with such events, we saw some "interesting" characters. If we had ...
... up because hes ugly, had to spent money or hes still wanting to batter the world champion snorer that was in the bunk below him haha? Might stay in a hotel near airport tonight and go down to baltimore tomorrow and maybe catch a beer with Adam Gersh. But matty said it would be good to get a hostel in the center, you know so we can go out for a cup of tea (he said to himself after saying that what the f*ck did i just say....i must be getting old!) ...
... than driving on the side of a cliff in my opinion ;)
Settled into our last apartment in Reykjavik - just off Laugavegur downtown. Time to do some serious shopping! Spent the afternoon enjoying the bustling shopping area, having yet another excellent cup of coffee and pastry. Bought some more rulapilsa (we are almost rulapilsad out!), some Icelandic chocolate treats and hardfish to take home. Walked ...
Day Eleven: Homeward Bound: Reykjavik - Stamford
Finally we head home, I am quite ready to go home now, it feels like a long time since we left Stamford. Our flight wasn't until the late afternoon and then was delayed so it does feel like we have spent most of the day waiting around. We are now en route to London and very much looking forward to seeing Ian and Patricia McDonald who arrive in Stamford tomorrow!
Lots of love,
Emma and Tom