Travel Inn Guesthouse

Soleyjargata 31, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

Week 2 - Reykjavik, Iceland

A travel blog entry by vontiki2000


13 April 2014: We left the hostel in Borgarnes early so we could experience some riding atop the purest breed in the world, the Icelandic horse. We arrived at Olvaldsstadir and met with our mother/daughter guides. They offered me a "powerful" horse and brought him into the barn before I could respond. It wasn't long after that I was atop my horse, …

Goodbye Iceland / Nicks Iceland Adventure Tips

A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli



Last morning in Iceland. Flight today from the domestic airport in Reykjavik to
the Faroe Islands at 1130. Easy flight. Below are some of my personal tips for travelers to Iceland.

Nick's Iceland Adventure Tip 0

Bus from airport to Reykjavik city center is 2500isk if purchased upon arrival, if purchased ahead …

Reykjavik...the most northerly capital

A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli


4/2/2014-4/5/2014     We arrived in Reykjavik on the morning of April 2nd after taking the red eye from Seattle. Tired and dazed from the flight, and unable to check-in at our hotel until the afternoon, we decided to explore the city center. The first (and second) stops were for food. Iceland air serves no meals, well, no free meals …

Week 1 - Reykjavik, Iceland

A travel blog entry by vontiki2000


2 April 2014: So, here I am in Iceland. The very first thing that strikes me about this place is how healthy I feel being here. Normally when I travel overseas in a long metal tube filled with people and their various germs, bacteria, and/or viruses, I come out on the other end feeling miserable. The aches and pains, the headache, the blocked …

My Christmas present

A travel blog entry by abbiemorgan

... in the freezing arctic cold, we must have been mad. Instantly my ears felt numb, but my body was warm, occasionally waiving through hot pockets in the water.
We spent a few hours in the lagoon before getting hungry and wanting to do some more stuff with our day before time was up in Iceland.
The coach took us through the town centre with intentions to drop us off further through the town at our hotel, instead we sneakily jumped off (saving us a walk). It gave ...

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