4th Floor Hotel
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... for our journey to the airport. We managed to pass through two snowstorms on the way, even though it was only a 50 minute journey but luckily it was only fairly light stuff coming down when we reached Keflavik so we didn't get soaked.
The formalities over we settled down in the lounge for a pre-flight drink and snack. A farewell shot of the brandywine, and a nice glass of petit Chablis to set us up for the day!
On board the ...
... bus. By the time we got to the whale watching office, we were drenched. The girls at the office said there'd been good sightings on the morning tour, which filled us with optimism. They also said big swell was expected and we should take something for it, which they provided. That was a bit of an understatement. I now know what Johnny and Percy experienced on their little fishing expedition off Warrnambool. It felt like something straight out of The Perfect Storm. At least we were out ...
... a boring stand in the aisle and show you how to inflate the life vest they made it interesting by blending it in with their landscape to illustrate emergency landings or sliding down to life rafts.
This flight was going to Bergen Norway but would continue further north to Trondheim. For ...
... one and the the having a tuna and bacon mix.
Next was mini hamburgers with bacon, then Icelandic meat soup with bacon (my favorite in the whole show).
The show then moved on the the extremely long line of free plates of bacon and pork sausage. who knew that plane bacon would be so yum.
There were stations giving out coke and water as well as chocolate milk throughout the festival.
the other dishes were bacon with ...
... also checked in at Zurich airport on his own last night. I truly believed we had all the bags when we left the arrivals hall).
Back at the airport, I had a sudden flashback to a previous trip when I had forgotten the Maxi-Cosi in the arrivals hall in Canada. It took close to two hours to get it, as we had to wait for an official (who was on his dinner break!) to accompany us back in. Fortunately, Silvio was ably to go to baggage claim on his own and retrieved his ...