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Time for lunch! Off to a local diner we go, the One Stop Restaurant. More of a gas station but they had pretty good food. Tammy and I opted to split a pepperoni and mushroom pizza. I have never seen such a thin crust but it sure was good. Some of our group were sitting at the table behind us and on a lark, pooled their Icelandic coins together for a shot of what had to be the blackest looking shot of some liqueur. I was told it was ...
... 5,466ft), the site of the major disruptive eruption in 2010, was visible with the newer Icelandic islands (Vestmannaeyjar and others) off to our left. We were surprised to see Seljalandsfoss (waterfall) looming large even though we were up at 3,000ft.
Sunshine appeared as we crossed the fertile plain towards Selfoss. We now had to negotiate the VFR route into Reykjavik, the interesting turbulence causing a few comments from both front and ...
... to operate the camera was most uncomfortable. The falls though were beautiful in the early morning light despite the lack of color in the sky from a rather nondescript sunrise.
Gullfoss is only about 80kms from Reykjavik, on what is called the Golden Circle, a popular tourist route from Reykjavik. A path back to Reykjavik then was back along the Golden Circle, with first stop at Geysir. Geysir is ...
After a few photos of this magical area we headed back into town and
walked up the main shopping street and finally arrived at a rather modern
looking and extremely high church.
This is the Church of Hallgrimur which is 45m high and was started in
1945 and was never completed until 1986. Inside it is simply amazing to see but
best of all is the lift to the top of the spire and the view across the city.
Up here ...
It was interesting seeing the unique landscape as sections were covered in snow and the other side not. The rivers also carved interesting strands as they made their way thru.