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The Golden Circle is pretty much mandatory if you decide to come to Iceland. Most tour's list 3 stops to complete the circle. You have Thingvellir National Park, the geysirs, and gullfoss. Assuming you took my advice in my day 1 entry, you have a car and you are doing the tour yourself. Really, don't spend the 573442592 krona on a bus tour, you …
Ok, so this isn't something you will find a lot of information about. Enjoying Iceland's numerous hot springs are some of the most amazing travel experiences you can have. When you decide to travel to Reykjavík, the world's northernmost capital of a sovereign state, the town of Hveragerđi is the closest swim-able hot spring area, and makes a …
... They were right and the grilled cod on a brochette was sensational. Too bad we were too full for dessert. After lunch, we strolled across town to the National Museum of Iceland where we learned about the history of Iceland from the first known inhabitants that arrived in 800 AD to the present. What a great place to go to prepare for our adventure of discovery. We visited the famous modern cathedral of Reykjavik, heard an organ concert and went ...
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Today was the third and final day in Reykjavik and we started it doing what we love best: Jeremy fishing and me sleeping in. The guide picked him up at 7am to take him to the Sog River, one of the best fly fishing rivers in Iceland. They strictly regulate who can fish there, only allowing 3 or 4 people per day to fish it, and fishing licenses are expensive. Jeremy worked on planning this day trip for months. The weather continued to be stormy, so I sat this one out ...
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I found this hotel on venere.com and was glad i picked it. It is located just inside the city center within walking distance of tons of major restaurants and bars. It is also right around the corner from the main shopping street of Laugavegur. The hotel also a offers a very decent breakfast from 6am till 10am, which is pretty great considering the high prices of downtown Reykjavik. The hotel does offer free parking (if you come to Iceland, you should rent a car. there are TONS of great things to see outside the city, and why pay for a tour when you are more than capable of driving a small rent a car to most attractions) but the lot is very small and they only have one remote to open the gates of the lot. So, to clarify, if you want to leave the lot, you need to get the remote from the front desk, pull out in front of the hotel, run back in to give them back the gate remote, and do the same thing when you arrive back. Not a big deal just a bit of an inconvenience. Other than that the place was great, clean rooms, black out curtains, and the front desk people were helpful, i would stay there again.
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