Guesthouse Isafold

Barugata 11, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | Hotel
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Hands Off My Lopapeysur!

A travel blog entry by msprague

4

... a bus route so we picked the bus going to Mosfellsbaer and expected to see some signage. We didn't. When we got to the end of the line the bus driver asked us to get off the bus while he went on break so we asked about Alafoss. Oh, we've passed that place twice he says. LOL. It was easy to find with his directions but if you didn't go on an organized bus trip you might have a hard ...

Myths busted in the swimming pool

A travel blog entry by bartopreis

... members and believes in the old pagan Gods such as Thor, Wodan and the forces of nature. Very friendly, warm and welcoming people though, who were more than willing to host us for a Q&A-session on their religion.
'Myth' #3: 'If you don't like the weather, just wait for 5 minutes.' I've seen this saying a million times before I came here and it couldn't be more true. I've been walking in the snow while the sun was shining on my face. ...

Hipster paradise

A travel blog entry by bartopreis

... the opposite. As I was walking through the streets yesterday night it was hard to find a sober or even slightly tipsy person. It seemed that every single person was flatout drunk. Something that I have also heard to be the case in Sweden and Norway caused by the binch drinking they do before going out. It's easy to say that absurd prices for drinking alcohol (although you can find bars where they have pints of beer for 3,50) makes everyone save up their drinking energy ...

And So It Begins- Reykjavik, Iceland

A travel blog entry by vontiki2000

6

... Reykjavik Museum of Photography, which was holding some kind of seminar at the time. Due to this, we were restricted from seeing much, other than some intriguing photos on early 20th-century Icelandic life and a few artsy pieces. The speaker at the seminar was going on and on in Icelandic about something...I have no idea what that was. After a short stay there, our next stop was the Vikin Maritime Museum, which was just a quick walk away along the harbor. It ...

Two days in Iceland

A travel blog entry by mtrm

31

... 283;, mluví plynule anglicky. Po prvním dni jsem se zde cítil stále více jako v Severní Americe než v Evropě. To asi pro to vlídné chování a jednání lidí, pro to vstřícné slovo, které za každou prosbou nebo díkem následuje, pro to obyčejné upřímné vystupování, které je každému severoameričanovi automaticky vlastní, avšak, bohužel, průměrnému středoevropanovi stále cizí. Kvůli tomuto faktu se mi do Evropy ...

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