The White Swan

Address: Vatnsstigur 11, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

Iceland, Day 1: The Golden Circle

A travel blog entry by sammy.froman on Nov 03, 2015

6 comments, 21 photos

Before arriving in Iceland, we knew nothing about the country. We had decided to stop there based on a free layover being offered by Icelandair. We figured, why not spend a few days in Reykjavik? When else might we have this opportunity. We had no idea what we were going to see or do. A few days before our Iceland arrival, we did a little research and decided that what we ...

Icelanders are the BEST!!!

A travel blog entry by krisdee on Sep 25, 2015

20 photos

... be here. We were having such a great experience, we kind of lost track of time. We needed to be back on the bus by noon, we got outside to the bus at 12:02 and it was gone. So piece of advice #4 Icelantics are very punctual people.

We started to freak out as we didn't know what to do. We ended up talking to another bus driver at another company and she said she would drive us back to the city, but it was going to cost us each about $20 and ...

From Reykjavik to Boston to Houston to HOME!

A travel blog entry by daviswelchtrip on Sep 02, 2015

5 photos

... Alas - there was never a pot of gold! And the lavender skies appear right after the sun goes down and the stars begin to appear. The entire sky turns a beautiful lavender - - positively break taking!!!

6. Tiny Towns - we fell in love with Iceland's tiny, prosperous towns. With so much sparse population in between, Iceland's remote towns are a big deal. You can go miles and miles with no services and then you see a town of 200 people that ...

Icelandic Air stopover? Check!

A travel blog entry by eddim on Aug 28, 2015

16 photos

... ice cap. We were able to walk along the glacial lake and get quite close to the end of the glacier and watched the more adventurous begin their climb up and onto the glacier. Continuing on we headed to the most southern town in the country, Vik, for a quick lunch and a visit to the black sand beaches to see basalt columns, sea stacks at Reynisfjara, and the impressive Dryholaey, a huge stone sea arch, which apparently a stint flyer ...

Helsinki - again

A travel blog entry by debrafoggin on Aug 18, 2015

Had to set the alarm for 3.30 to get to the airport for a 7.30 flight as we had been told it was peak time. Had an interesting time with trying to put petrol in the car where you have to estimate in advance how much you will need as it is prepaid. Not what you need at that stage of the morning! Apart from that, it was an uneventful time in the airport. Managed to spend the rest of my krona so did well estimating the amount of cash I would ...