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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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No riscaldamento, hanno dovuto mettere la stufa elettrica. Camera piccolissima
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After unloading our luggage at our bayside hotel, a few of us ventured out to see part of Reykjavik. The city was named "smoky bay" by the early settlers who mistook the steam from all the geothermal features for smoke. The name Vik, meaning bay, was also given to the Vikings, the most famous early settlers, who arrived in the 9th Century. They were known for their ...
... s good enough for Bill, then it's good enough for me.
On checkout day, we visited the Blue Lagoon. I had read reviews that it's overrated, overpriced, and generally a bit underwhelming. I could not agree less. It was amazing. The sheer sight of the lagoon is breathtaking. The water, which is an opaque, milky blue colour, shimmers in the sunlight, while steam rises from it mystically. The spa itself boasts fantastic facilities, and although we ...
... the other coffee shop patrons. I think she could tell that I was impressed with how many people she knew. Her response, "It's Iceland!"
After the coffee chat I caught the Flybus from a local hotel to the airport. 2500 ISK, free wifi, and an easy 45 minute drive. The Reykjavik airport claims to be duty and tax free and claims to have prices cheaper than in the city. This is a lie. Buy your gifts in town.
My flight was delayed about an hour ...
... up the entire cave, but it must have been an overwhelming feeling to be there alone. A local hero. A genius. Or a mad man? If he would've dropped dead because his
improvised harness had failed he would've been a small note in the newspaper. People would've shaken their head in disapproval and said: 'The idiot.' Now 30 years later the company that runs the volcano earns 230 euro for each person that goes down. Last year 5000 ...