4th Floor Hotel
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... Arnold and Lee will be our chief guides while we are here in Iceland. Also, along with us, is Monica, from Canada who owns a Fiord/Morgan cross named Harley and a 25 yr. old Appy. Nancy is from Bellingham, WA and owns 8 horses; most are Icelandic and an Icelandic mule which I hear is pretty rare. Nancy’s good friend, Geri, is also from Bellingham, WA and owns a quarterhorse. Elaine is from England and owns two horses she bought from Arnold, Sara, a ...
... stories we hadn’t heard yet as well as plenty of history of Iceland. We exited into the shop and were looking at the various products, John went behind the counter to look at a shirt for Matt and the lady who’d served us came over and asked jokingly if he wanted her job! We fell into conversation about buying a shirt for our grandson, would it fit etc. Turns out she still buys shirts for her 20-year-old sons and always gets the size wrong. She asked us to forgive ...
... one of the largest and most dramatic waterfalls we've ever seen. It thunders across two ledges, sending up a sheer wall of spray, quite breathtaking. Then to round off a trip through almost supernatural countryside we visited a place where the two tectonic plates of North America and Eurasia have divided, creating a huge fissure riven valley. Here, at the base of the immense cliffs on the Eurasian side, in 930 AD, the Vikings established the world's first democratic ...
... walking outside across the snow and stepping into the pool. I went in the Viking way! It was snowing as I walked across to the pool. There is something so magical about that. The Lagoon was so warm! The irony was your head was above ground and decorated with snowflakes. It was a truly beautiful and surreal experience. They have a bar in the lagoon which is odd, due to their hygiene around getting in, but no complaints! Everyone in the Lagoon wears what looks like a blue ...
... just, and went in to get a sandwich. Neither of us has ever been in a Subway before so it was quite amusing that we should have our first experience in Iceland. We didn't have a clue what we were doing but ended up with quite a nice snack to take back to the hotel. Luckily it had stopped raining by now so we were able to get back without being drowned. By now we were feeling exhausted so settled down for an early night in our room overlooking the water.