Salvation Army Guesthouse

Address: Kirkjustraeti 2, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | Hotel
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsSalvation Army Guesthouse Reykjavík

          Reviewed by slow_travel

          Salvation Army Guesthouse

          Reviewed Jun 15, 2012
          by (2 reviews) , Italy Flag of Italy

          Ottimo rapporto qualità/prezzo per una Guesthouse in pieno centro. C'è la possibilità di utilizzare il proprio sacco a pelo e i servizi condivisi sono abbastanza puliti. Staff molto gentile e disponibile.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by jenandandrew

          Salvation Army Guesthouse

          Reviewed Jul 6, 2011
          by (4 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

          A great basic place to stay - clean and downtown. The bus terminal would be a very long walk with luggage (the same as for the other hostels), but you can pay a bit extra for the Flybus to pick you up at the hostel instead. Cooking meals in the guest kitchen was a great way to save some money and chat to other travelers.

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          Reykjavík, Iceland

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Salvation Army Guesthouse Reykjavík

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

          Iceland, Day 2: The Southern Coast

          A travel blog entry by sammy.froman on Nov 04, 2015

          3 comments, 20 photos

          ... was to see the puffins who nest there. Unfortunately we didn't realize that puffins are seasonal and only nest there during the summer months. We did get some great views of the cliffs and lots and lots of other kinds of birds that live there.

          Just a short drive from Dyrholaey is Reynisfjara Beach. We decided it was our favorite stop in all of Iceland. The ...

          The initial exploring!

          A travel blog entry by avid-travellers on Jul 19, 2015

          15 photos

          ... as racing and leisure rides. Horse meat dishes are typical features in the restaurant menus in Iceland. We also learned that Icelandic horses are one of the oldest and purest breed in the world. They were brought into Iceland by the Vikings in 9th century. They descended from the race that is already extinct in other parts of Europe but still survive in Iceland without crossbreeding.

          The last ...


          A travel blog entry by jam.kilp on Jul 18, 2015

          22 photos

          ... heating needs; The Pearl, our last stop before re-boarding, is a geothermally heated water storage facility with a glass dome housing a visitor centre and viewing deck of Reykjavic. Despite it being 10pm by now, it's a great vantage point to see the city, bay and surrounds

          Iceland has been a wonderful experience. It's landscape (and language for that matter) is so foreign to anything we've ...

          Day 2 – Reykavik:

          A travel blog entry by chavarriaz on Jun 23, 2015

          53 photos

          ... These are horses in every way and quite strong since they have always been working horses. In some ways, they are superior to our horses because they eat off the land without getting colic or anything like that. They also walk on land that would most definitely hurt other horses. This place has rough terrain and no shortage of rocks for them to walk on. Arnold says that walking on the rocky ground is actually good for their feet and improves their hooves ...

          Golden Circle and Reyjkavik

          A travel blog entry by jenelleandchris on Jun 06, 2015

          8 photos

          ... mid-July and then it will start falling again late Sepember. More to our scale are all the horses; Icelandic ponies are everywhere. When I was young and travelling the world I dreamed of riding a pony across Iceland, which was something you could do then. Now that I've seen this spectacular countryside I think how wonderful it would have been. But I've still been able to get up close and pat them. Remember, Chloe, if there's something you really want to do, do it while you ...

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