Blue Arctic Hotel Gardurinn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
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... Atis talked about the history of Iceland and some current information. Iceland was discovered in the 9th century by Vikings who lost their way on the way to the Faroe Islands. They called it "Snowland" because it was snowing, but it was later called by other names, until they finally settled on Iceland because of the glaciers. The population is about 320,000 which about two-thirds of them living in Reykjavik. There is 100% literacy and everyone knows how to swim ...
... c2f190c07e19e72283.2:0.0.0.0.0.0.$end:0 :$text59:0" style="color: rgb(55, 62, 77); font-family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(246, 247, 248);">Dod mewn i'r gwesty newydd i weld ei fod yn ystafell yn aroglu'n wael ac yna'n cael ein huwchrawddio i un o ystafelloedd gorau'r gwesty #businessclass Jonah Sutton
Pic 12 - Lunch
Funny little gas station, restaurant, bar, pizza place, etc.
Pic 13 - Super Thin Crust Pizza
I've never seen a thinner crust but darn good!
Pic 14 - Easy Over
This is what you get when you as for an egg on your burger!
Pic 15 - Paulie
That's Paulie on the left, our driver for today. Arnold enjoying a cup of coffee with him.
Pic 16 - The Tectonic Plates
Sightseeing at the ...
... 106 metres for a great view! Vicki spent her time down on the lava field taking some great photos of the rock formations and the plants (and freezing in the cold wind). On we drove through lava fields and farmlands, overshadowed by the huge volcanic mountain Snæfellsjökull. The top of the volcano was covered in cloud which was disappointing. Next turn off we took was along 527 to Drilvuk a cliff overlooking a beach, lots of metal debris on the ...
... on Saturday morning after a brunch in Bushwick. I really liked Brooklyn, it was a pretty cool place. I wasn't able to see everything though. Hopefully I can come back again in the future for a bit longer! I'm getting very used to airports and planes. The flight to Iceland was pretty uneventful. Gotta say having a sleeping pill makes any turbulence seem a lot more fun than usual. Iceland itself has been pretty bleak. ...