Travel Blogs from Reykjavík
Our last full day of the tour. After breakfast we headed off for a day on the Reykjanes Peninsula.
First stop was the Blue Lagoon, probably one of the most famous tourist attractions, and something of a side effect, using water from the geothermal power station nearby. The water is actually blue, from the mineral content, and is kept at …
Flew with easyJet from Bristol, departing at 07:30. The flight was fine; I booked a window seat near the front, which got me speedy check-in and boarding. It was quite cloudy over the UK, so no interesting views.
Arrived at Keflavik Airport at about 11am. Immigration and baggage claim were pretty slick, there were a couple of other easyJet …
... tastefully decorate with all this kooky stuff. How fab... husband was less pleased with the idea.
I'm not one for purchasing 'stuff' really, Chris and I are more minimalist in our decorating approach. I tend to aim more for spending money on experiences, or travel, but had my bag not been so full already I could have had a field day in this place! I really must learn how to pack lightly one day. Must learn to get accustomed to the cold first then perhaps ...
... from Finland for our team and then 1 Icelandic team.It was fun to play in although by the end of it, my body was pretty sore! Before flying home today, we stopped off at the Blue Lagoon. This is a popular geothermal pool that looks like milky water. It felt amazing after playing hockey for 3 days. The pool is man made in the middle of a lava field (the terrain looks like it's in the middle of the moon) which is filled by the outflow of the Svartsengi thermal ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking