Snorri's Guesthouse

Address: Snorrabraut 61, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | Hotel
 
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      Reykjavik

      A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Jul 27, 2014

      25 photos

      ... in Iceland, where a rock that is known to be a home for elves may delay or detour a highway or building construction.





      Next to the pond is the modern City Hall, where a topographic map of the country is on display.





      The stone building is the home of the Icelandic parliament since the 1880s, although tomorrow we would see the site of the original ...

      Remarkable Reykjavik

      A travel blog entry by cthetravellady on Jun 25, 2014

      4 photos

      Another fabulous day in Iceland started off with waffles and nutella (Pixie was in heaven!) at a lovely little cafe on Laugavegur, Reykjavik's main street. This was followed by a wander through the old harbour area, where Iceland's one and only military (coast guard) ship is docked. We got the impression it doesn't see much action! We realized that we haven't seen any puffins so far, ...

      Iceland

      A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Jun 22, 2014

      3 comments, 12 photos

      ... and leading into the lake is Silfra, an underwater gorge, fed by glacial melt. The gorge is about ten feet wide and a hundred to a hundred and fifty feet deep; because the water is glacial, the visibility is essentially infinite.

      It is also, as you might expect, cold. Really cold. Like, 2 degrees Celsius cold. Because you’re in the water for about forty-five minutes, you need to dress pretty carefully in order not to die. My ...

      The Most Important Part of Whale Watching?

      A travel blog entry by msprague on May 19, 2014

      6 photos

      So Monday has arrived and we're up bright and early and out the door into a sunny but windy morning. Today we're headed to the docks to go whale watching. We were able to stop and order, then gobble down, some coffee and a croissant before heading to the boat. It's a pretty standard tour boat with about two thirds of the passengers in the over-60 demographic.
      The ship made ...