Guesthouse Sunna

Thorsgata 26, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

    Arrival in Iceland

    A travel blog entry by herbguhl on May 31, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... Arrangements had been made for a group tour first thing on our arrival, so we all piled on a bus with "Oli" our tour group leader. First stop was a bridge over the fault line that separates the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates, which runs through Iceland. The weather, to quote Oli, was "pretty ******, even for Iceland". It was 10 degrees, raining, and very windy, so our visit to the bridge was a short one. The next stop, at a geothermal area where hot water and steam come ...

    Myths busted in the swimming pool

    A travel blog entry by bartopreis on Apr 27, 2014

    ... ll write more about the projects I'm coordinating, but for now it's nice to know I'm in a safe place. Not completely happy, but things can always be worse. Ajax has just become league champion, I'm sitting in the sun having a reasonably priced cold beer and I'm surrounded by indistinctful Icelandic chatter. I'll just focus on those little things I guess. Speaking of little things, I think I saw the guy next to me in the swimming pool this morning. ...

    New country is last country

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Apr 01, 2014

    7 photos

    ... it, but then, nothing to disprove it-"hang on, coming, just pull these trousers off, oops, stuck on my shoes! Continue drowning." The lagoon is a warm delight, perfect for a tired man off a plane. Or woman. Or children-fewer English teens, though, please. But I did think there was a slight sense of 'what now?' We moved slowly through the water, which starts shallow and gets to about 5ft deep, people heading for the silica mud buckets to paste themselves for a few minutes, ...