Thor Guesthouse

Address: Skolavordustig 16, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | 1 star hotel
 
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      Iceland- Land of the Snow and Ice!

      A travel blog entry by verity.huntley on Feb 22, 2015

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      ... welcome to Iceland, we were very luck and had the experience included as part of our tour, I believe it can be a pricey experience otherwise however very much worth it. There are other companies who include it as part of a combined tour I do believe, which could help keep the price down. I spent around 1hr 30 there which was just the right amount of time for me however if you wanted to make use of all the additional amenities such as the restaurant and other ...

      Day One - First Half-Day in Reykjavik

      A travel blog entry by daviswelchtrip on Feb 22, 2015

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      ... people, Polish, and a few Vietnamese immigrants. Consequently we found some great Vietnamese places we want to try! Crime is very low if not non-existent in Iceland. People leave their doors open. Everyone is just so chill about everything.

      Jobs traditionally have been in fishing and boating. In the past couple of decades they have started a handful of their own industry. There is now a cement plant so ...

      A walk around the Capital of Iceland

      A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Jan 26, 2015

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      ... food. We
      wandered up and down the streets but simply did not find anything that was
      truly Icelandic and so continued on and finally came out at a wonderful iced up
      lake.

      This lake is permanently iced over but is also the home to a large
      number of ducks and swans. In order to keep the birds here a section of the
      lake has hot water pumped into it and so this of course melts the ice and gives
      the wild birds an area of water ...

      Tomato soup? No, Tomato and Schnapps!!

      A travel blog entry by simonandamanda on Jan 06, 2015

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      ... down violently once again and we were covered in it and really cold.

      Back to the bus and our last stop was the Thingvellir National Park, again spectacular with its shades of grey and white but especially important as being the place where the two major Tectonic plates (European and North American) can be seen to be drifting apart.

      Back to the bus and the drive back to Reykjavik and our hotel. With ...

      Full Circle Tour

      A travel blog entry by seejay on Oct 25, 2014

      ... up being glass greenhouses with Amber lights on! Our first stop was in a national park that had stables with Iceland horses. These horses are equal to our ponies. Real thick manes and short legs. This stop had a lovely gift store that had beautiful shoes from Barcelona. The bathrooms were hand painted murals of barns and horses real 'country '. More gorgeous landscape along the way to the geothermal ...