Reykjavik Hostel Village
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TravelPod Member ReviewsReykjavik Hostel Village Reykjavík
OK this is like a hostel, not a hotel. Get into that head space and you'll be fine. Good location and great breakfasts.
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Here in Iceland at this time of year the sun does not come up until well
after 10am and so it was a good excuse for a late breakfast. Our goal today was
to go and explore Reykjavik and find out more about this extraordinary island.
Looking out the hotel window it was a total white out outside with low
cloud. Only the peaks of the mountains in the distance could be seen above the
mist which made ...
... located only 70 kilometres from Reykjavik. Borgarnes is unusual because it is a town not dependent on fishing like most coastal towns, but rather on service and industry. In Borgarnes town you will find the Icelandic settlement centre, whose main objective is to present the fascinating sagas from the settlement times as well as a special exhibition of the famous Viking poet, Egill Skallagrímsson. All major services are to be found here, and it is truly a beautiful town well worth a ...
... The beds shake, constantly, and every turn lets out a noise I will call FLSHHOREEEK. It´s a combo of the parts of your body touching the latex and the creaking noise of the wooden bed frame about to give way.
Queue the guy who doesn't like underwear coming in next, he looked exactly like you think he would look. He seemed strangely happy and free. He feel asleep instantly.
Queue the French girls who decided to check in at ****-off o'clock, ...
So, it's Thursday, July 25th now. 2014. When I first arrived I didn't know where to go. I have to admit, I felt like it was my first time traveling again. I was in a place I was unfamiliar with and didn'tknow where to go or what to do.
I was a little disappointed in myself. I ended up at the café in the airport and hung out. It was cold and damp ( But it's Iceland).
I started a conversation ...
... other things we would like to have done and seen. Iceland is worth a visit and we would do it again. Two guide books we thought outstanding and helped us plan for the trip were: The Insight Guides: Iceland (New Edition), and the Eyewitness Travel Guides,Top 10 Iceland
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