Luna Hotel Apartments

Spitalastigur 1, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

A Day in the 'Vik

A travel blog entry by albertine on Aug 07, 2014

36 photos

... and little crowberries. Whew. Even better, they explain each dish with an accompanying little map of Iceland on which they show you where each ingredient is sourced and then they point out photographs of people on the wall which are the actual farmers, fishermen and providers of the amazing food! I can't recommend this experience enough, especially if you are a fellow foodie. I'm off to the countryside tomorrow to check out some waterfalls, glaciers and tectonic plates, ...

Possibly more epic than NZ...but only possibly!

A travel blog entry by tom_and_emma on Jul 08, 2014

3 comments, 131 photos

... and we we lucky that the cloud lifted as we drove along. This allowed us to see many of the stunning landscapes, a little of the glacier and hundreds of waterfalls pouring down the cliff faces. Soup in a cup for dinner.

Day Four: Snow, Whales and a ginormous Atlantic Cod: Reykholt - Dalvik.

Today started out with some more marginal looking weather: low cloud and lots of rain. But by the evening we had beautiful blue skies and sun (right until ...

The Golden Circle - Take 2

A travel blog entry by kristendanson on Jun 05, 2014


Jack very much enjoyed making a blog was fun to write it with him :-)

Before I forget some of the neat things we learned about today I wanted to write them down.
The strange thing about Iceland is how different every day here is.

Yesterday, we walked around in pouring rain, hail and then beautiful sunshine.
Today, there were clouds so low they covered the tops ...

A priestly talk about the Copa Final

A travel blog entry by bartopreis on Apr 21, 2014

... a penis. It's okay to have one, but don't go shove it into other people's faces.” (Unfortunately an amount of priests from the past replaced people with adults and thought that this rule was not applicable to children.) This is what the priest advocated as well: leave people in their being. They believe what they want to believe and there's no need to control that. In Iceland as being a very small community this was a very important part. Perhaps due to ...

Two days in Iceland

A travel blog entry by mtrm on Feb 25, 2014

31 photos

... 283; příliš nechce. Kdo si nevyzkoušel žít nějaký čas v cizí zemi, kde jsou lidé upřímní a ne jízliví a falešní jako u nás, nepochopí, o čem to tu mluvím.
Island je ostrovní země v severovýchodní části Atlantiku o rozloze 103 tisíc km2, tedy téměř jako celé bývalé Československo. Počet obyvatel je však velmi nízký, žije zde jen 320 tisíc lidí, z toho celých 200 tisíc v hlavním ...

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