Reykjavik Hostel Village
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The Good A caffeine addict's paradise! Coffee on EVERY corner and a few places in between. We are talking small, homey coffee shops - most set up like living rooms with books, sofas and a wool shrouded charm (I think only New Zealand can claim to have more sheep per capita than Iceland). Great places to hang out between cloud bursts. And NO …
Arrived from: Boston
Start date: 23/06/13 …
By the time we arrived at our tiny hotel in tiny Reykjavik, jetlag had well and truly caught up with us and we both crashed for half a day. It was okay though because it was still just as sunny when we woke up and went for a walk up to an architectural landmark called the Pearl (Perlan) to see a Viking museum, a simulated geyser (which fooled us …
This is where I will stay.
... Once everyone was up and moving we walked down the street to a bakery called Bjornsbakeri.
All of the treats looked delicious! While we were browsing, we noticed that the majority of locals just ordered rolls and bread to eat plain. It was also entertaining to be in line behind a young man who was obviously flirting with the employee. Even in another language you ...
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TravelPod Member Reviews Reykjavik 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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