VIPP Guesthouse

Address: Mjostraeti 10 A , Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

Iceland, Some Observations

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

4 comments, 3 photos

We know you are anxiously anticipating a post about our first day in Iceland, but we've decided to make you wait one more day and are instead providing you with a list of some observations we've made while here. Enjoy!

  1. The cold tap water tastes AMAZING. It's probably the best water on earth, fed directly from the Icelandic glaciers straight into your glass.


Always take the road less traveled

A travel blog entry by krisdee on Sep 24, 2015

35 photos

... It was a beautiful day out, and the sun was hitting it just right, making an amazing rainbow shine across it. There is a high and trail leading up next to the waterfall, that takes you to the top of it. It is steep and you should be in Semi good shape to attempt it, but the views from the top are amazing and well worth the hike.

Our road trip continued to Dyrholaey. You defiantly go off the beaten path to go here. We took a dirt road, with ...

From Reykjavik to Boston to Houston to HOME!

A travel blog entry by daviswelchtrip on Sep 02, 2015

5 photos


Once again - thank you for being with us on our journey. It was an adventure we will always remember. Richard and I are such good travel partners and we loved our time together in such an amazing place!! In fact - we already have our sights on a return trip!! This time to the Western Fjords. They are not on the ring road and we hear their are endless treasures to be seen! :)

Until next time! Richard and Dianne


Welcome! Enjoy the Squall

A travel blog entry by datravel on Aug 12, 2015

5 photos

... waves, white caps, pelting rain, and hurricane grade wind gusts. We did. I was impressed how long we lasted, almost 3/4 of an hour! Funny thing, the Blue a Lagoon was at capacity and there was a waiting list to get in. I suppose there isn't much else to do during a squall so why not hunker down in the pool?!

Later, with wind burnt faces and ravenous appetites, we were reunited with Solveig, our delightfully knowledgeable, ...

Golden Circle

A travel blog entry by irenan on Aug 12, 2015

39 photos

... Park, the waterfall Gullfoss and Haukadalur valley with its geysers...people travelling this route from Reykjavik usually do it in this order, but since we were moving towards Reykjavik we did it in reverse...

The three "highlights" are not the only attractions of this can make lots of other stops for hot springs, volcano craters, greenhouse villages and just ...