Youth Hostel Vik
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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We unpacked, threw our bathing suits in the car and set out for a nice dinner in Vik. We came across a place 'downtown' that was busy but it was only a ten minute wait for a table. We grabbed a drink and waited outside before getting seated at a table inside. We ordered a Giantess pizza, basically a meat lovers and it was delicious! The crust was so light that I ended up eating 3/4 of the pizza. We grabbed some dessert to go, paid the bill and were off ...
... think for those who have never seen glaciers and icebergs it would still seem magical...
All this being said - we did enjoy spending some time there...the rain stopped, and we walked along the lakeshore...the boys were trying to determine who is better at skipping stones over water, we were watching the seals (lots of them in ...
... 4WD road. Here we started to hitch out to Landmannalaugar, it took only half an hour before a lovely Swiss couple rearranged their car to fit us in. It took over two hours to get there and was not as impressive as I thought it would be. The problem is that the weather can always change your view of a place and it was a shocking day. Despite this the black mountains ...
... park. It can be extremely dangerous since the ice is always moving and changing. Snow can cover thin ice and crevasses. Surface water flowing down the glacier can form moulin, shafts in the ice that can be hundreds of meters deep. Basically, you don’t want to fall because if you survived, you’d probably have some broken bones. Our guide cautioned to use all our weight to dig the crampons into the ice ...
... town in the South known for its black sand beaches. They also have a wool shop - where we stopped to get sweaters! I found one - but they were all out of Phil's size :( so we'll have to keep looking for him. We also got a nice warm wool blanket for the cold MN winters! After shopping, we got dinner at a restaurant that overlooked the beach. Restaurant meals here tend to be speedy - the waitress usually stops once or twice at your table to take your ...