4th Floor Hotel
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OK so today is our last full day in Iceland and we're sad, but ready to come home and see our families we're lonesome. We did have to drive about two and a half hours this morning to get back to Reykjavik but first before we go to far we just had to wash our car. It was awful so we found a gas station and pulled our the hoses and gave the Pathfinder a bath.
... of no internet services. Iceland is wide open country with a population of 330,000, and 65% of that is in its capital city. Or, perhaps, our interest in maintaining our blog will be diminished as we are overcome by the attractions of Iceland. But we have good intentions of following through on our blog and we hope the excitement we start with can be maintained throughout our stay. Right now we are like children the night before Christmas.
... pay for skyr smoothies. We took an obligatory shower in the locker rooms before diving in to the hot springs. We spent three hours enjoying the hot blue mineral water, silica mud masks, waterfall shoulder massages, Gull beer and the remarkable landscape before we headed out for Reykjavik.
As we walked out of the locker rooms, we laughed at the incongruity in our clothing. Since the sun was out, the temperature was warm enough for me to keep on ...
Today we had a choice of outings, or of doing our own thing. Three of us chose to go on a whale watching trip on the bay. We were picked up at 09:15 and taken to the Harbour where we boarded a fast boat. There were enough people to fill the boat, including some people not on our tour. We were offered jumpsuits to wear and most of us accepted the offer before going outside to see what we could see. Our guide was a very ...
... we rushed inside to get ready for the hot pools as soon as she finished. Icelanders, like the Japanese & pretty well every culture on the planet - love their hot pools. They are particular about washing very well before enjoying the pools though, with warning signs posted all over the change rooms of what to wash beforehand.
As with every other outdoor moment in Iceland thus far, we experienced snow blowing sideways as we lounged ...