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Day of Rest

A travel blog entry by traveleasy


... into town. We went a couple of stops past Hlemmur - our locsl bus station. It seemed to be heading out into the country and so we got off and walked up the hill overlooking the town. Did some idling in all of the tourist shops, which were just opening. From enquiries we learned that the tour times for the concert hall were at 11am and so we hurried a bit and just got onto the 11am group. there were two Austrian ...

Raining in Reykjavik

A travel blog entry by traveleasy


... and the least he could do for us then would be to let us see it for free. To my amazement he agreed. - So this saved us $15 each. Of course it meant that we had to go away and kill an hour before the show could be started again. We walked around the old harbour and came back again as the hour was up.

He was so grateful that we hadn't made more of a fuss that he kept stroking me on the arm. He was lucky because just as the time came up to the hour, ...

The Golden Circle - Take 2

A travel blog entry by kristendanson


... the green house, it then determines the amount of heat required and adjusts the venting to maintain the CO2 desired level. The owners can monitor the system online from anywhere in the world. Love it!

The geyser, waterfalls, cliffs and mountains were all breathtaking. The photos kind of say it all...

I really wasn't sure what to expect having my favourite 6 year old man as ...

The Golden Circle

A travel blog entry by herbguhl


... and a cafe/restaurant.

Gulfoss: These are some spectacular waterfalls, with extensive hiking paths all around providing for some great views. The weather was cooperating for us again today, actually mostly sunny and about 13 degrees when we were at the falls. On the way to the next stop, we saw Iceland's largest lake in the distance, so we decided to make a short detour from the prescribed route to see if we could get a closer look at it. As ...

The Most Important Part of Whale Watching?

A travel blog entry by msprague


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 ...

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