Pisa Guesthouse

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

    Under icy water and inside magma chambers

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Aug 22, 2014

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    ... and back across to where I was diving yesterday. So pretty. You could walk down between a large fissure of rock, it was pretty. (And being quite late, was really quiet!). This lake, Þingvallavatn is the largest natural lake in Iceland. Parliament was established at Þingvellir in 930 and remained there until 1798. There is a flag marking the point at which a man shouted at rocks so that hundreds of people were able to hear what he was saying. Around the lake there ...

    Iceland- Eds POV

    A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on Aug 13, 2014

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    ... 17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17.9200000762939px;">Eventually arrived at Seljavellir our little wooden hut for the night, positioned in the middle of nowhere. We went exploring early that afternoon, driving up a small gravel track, out the car we mountaineered ourselves across a rocky basin walking up a valley which eventually came to a manmade swimming pool. Heated by the boiling hot springs, the whole pool was steaming, very soothing after a ...

    The Golden Circle

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Jul 28, 2014

    24 photos

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    Our first walk of the day led us through a National Park that can't be spelled with the mere 26 letters of the English alphabet. Icelandic has 36 letters, many of which have more than one pronunciation, so I will attempt a phonetic spelling--Thing-vet-leer. This is not only Iceland's oldest national park, it was the site of the world's first parliament, known as the Althing. I ...

    One Final Fling!

    A travel blog entry by abalzer on Jul 21, 2014

    26 photos

    ... I said not a very memorable car ride.

    Once we reached Reykjavik we had to find out hotel and off load all of our luggage and wouldn't you know we're on the second floor with no elevator, oh well. After we unloaded we then had to find the car rental place and fill the car up with gas. Reykjavik is not a large city but between road construction and one ...

    Day 24 Reykjavik

    A travel blog entry by wombat.one on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... noticeable thing about locals is that they appear in the main to be well educated. They speak their native Icelandic but seemingly all speak fluent English as well and other languages in many cases. In fact, the taxi driver we had upon our arrival in Iceland spoke no fewer than five languages. To date on our trip, we have only come across one local who could not understand us and he was at a small takeaway in the back blocks.

    We then went for a ...