Pisa Guesthouse

Laekjargata 6B, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

Winter Wonderland

A travel blog entry by oliver10

106

... br> A late night led to a late breakfast and a lazy morning before heading out to explore Reykjavik. It's a very walkable city although it was pretty icy as we walked down to the shoreline to look at the ships and mountains. We then walked up to Hallgrimskirkja which was built to look like basalt lava flows. It has a very different looking church facade and a simple interior but is a peaceful place. Fran and I went up the tower (700 ISK) while Michael listened to ...

Beautiful Iceland

A travel blog entry by tryan

17

... tourists came in giggling and taking multiple posed photos in front of the artworks...so I left. Unfortunately the weather has caved in over the last two days so my Northern Lights tour has been cancelled two nights in row. So I guess I'll have to visit again! Great country worth the visit. Strongly recommend to any prospective visitors to take the Golden Circle tour, which takes you right around the island to all the main sites, ...

Iceland - a visit to Heaven

A travel blog entry by cosmictraveller

52

... the biggest glacier in Europe is surrounded by magnificent mountains, slopes… the whole route to Ice-lagoon gives a feeling as if we are in heaven. Beautiful small villages, water-falls and meadows !!!









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Getting Reykjavik-ed - Part II

A travel blog entry by sam.floy

12

... his hands"

That didn't happen. And neither, unfortunately, did our request for Call Me Maybe.

Before the end Get Lucky was played, and we all hit the dancefloor, bringing out some outrageous moves.


With the set complete, we headed to our regular pizza outlet. The music in there was so loud and fast, it was as if it was an afterparty. On the walk home, for some inexplicable reason, we took to pronouncing shop names in a thick ...

The Salmon Mock Me

A travel blog entry by oski

5

... one. Maybe it was revenge for all the seafood we've been eating in Iceland. His guide, Villi, was a great guide and easy to talk to. We also found out that he is a former auditor for and worked for the Icelandic branch of my firm in Reykjavik. What a coincidence!

Once Jeremy returned we set off for the airport. The shuttle was packed and they were turning people away to wait for the next one, which was an hour away. I knew that once we got to the airport it ...

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