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... main road and just look for signs of the sites we were going to visit. The scenery was really beautiful! Lots of wide open spaces and really rugged and dramatic landscape. Lots of rocky terrain! Our first stop on the Golden Circle was Pingvellir which is the region in which the European and American tectonic plates meet. The landscape is really pretty and there was some interesting info to read. After taking a few snaps we headed to our next stop which ...
... for Keflavik airport, finishing off with a small amount of duty free wine shopping. We had completed the ring road and even done a little bit more here and there. Iceland is truly unique and every area of the country provides incredible beauty in a different way – it comes highly recommended.
Bryce & Terri (15 March 2014 – London, UK)
... br> Once back in Reykjavik we headed straight to the church where you can take an elevator up to the top of it's tower to look out over Reykjavik. Unfortunately, it had closed before we got there meaning we missed out on one of the 'must-do' things for a tourist in Iceland, perhaps another day in the future. We then trekked over to Harpa, the insanely cool concert hall on the waterfront. It's safe to say this building is a modern marvel of ...
... br> We got changed into the various dive suits and walked around looking rather ridiculous. An middle-aged couple made a comment about removing clothes in a car park which we nervously laughed at.
Next to the water entrance we put on our flippers and goggles and took the plunge. Rich had a bit of difficulty getting the hood on (went for XL rather than M). Ian suggested Ed try a ladies size for his dry suit.
As soon as ...
... from the North American side about half way across to the Eurasian side.
The Althing – world’s oldest parliament: In 930, Norwegian Viking settlers held a council to establish the law of the land – a land with no king, no army, and no police. They selected the rift zone, up against the North American ridge, as the place to hold council – the Althing – we saw the spot and walked in ...
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