4th Floor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... cancelled due to bad weather so maybe we were lucky to get away at all!
Anyway, once on our way the flight was very enjoyable with good food and plenty of wine. Due to the delayed start we were quite late arriving at Keflavik but got through quite quickly, went outside and oh my goodness the weather was absolutely awful! Not only was it pitch dark but it was howling gales and driving, icy rain. Not fun!! Our luggage was soaked through already when ...
... was also good, more than we would have got in a nondescript hotel. Their friend Aileen also dropped by and the conversation flowed. Anna is a nanny for a three-year-old boy whose parents are separated. His father, a wealthy man used to having staff, lives in Lindon and his mother is Icelandic. At the moment the boy spends two weeks with his father, then two weeks with his mother, and so on. Anna is supposed to be the constant presence and travels with him, but the mother ...
... say anymore about that The group is doing ok French are still slightly annoying but ok then it's me Stephan ( who has a slip disc) and Bryan the investment banker an odd group ... I don't really fit in but I think its good for you to go out of your ...
Another action packed day. We headed out in the morning to what they call the Golden Circle - a popular tourist route in South Iceland, covering about 300 km looping from Reykjavik into central Iceland and back. I am copying info from Wikipedia on the details of each of the ...
... enough, but the prices really added to the sense that we had landed on another planet. A hundred bucks later we headed back to our place, where we napped from 1AM until about 4AM.
The following day we had a little rain. Cindy, Sarah, and I headed into Reykjavik and wandered around for a few hours while Elias and Olivia stayed behind and did schoolwork. Nothing we saw made me any less confused about how an economy based primarily ...