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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to escape the cold and to get online I go into the local bar/restaurant and order an unexpectedly huge tower of burger s with bacon and salad all slathered in cocktail sauce. I can taste the calories as I eat them. Its nice to have a warm meal, but to be honest, it’s a little too much cocktail sauce.
As I am about to get into my tent to go to sleep I look up in the sky and see faint swirling green wisps. Its Northern ...
... an American girl called Dawkins offers to drive me all the way to Egilsstadir. I had actually seen her pass me a couple of minutes before, but she turned around and drove back to pick me up. She explains that she usually never picks up hitchhikers but this time she said to herself that she was going to do it. I dont know how old she is, but I would guess early twenties. She looks young but is a smart person. She is from California but is ...
We were in the car and we drove by a waterfall. We were still 48 kilometers away from our hotel but we decided to pull over and check it out. It wasn't named so we named it Skipperfoss after our dog Skipper. The name isn't official so if you want to tell me a name you can leave a comment with your name for the ...
... I accidently ate a piece of my grandma rhubarb-strawberry pie and that’s been a while ago.
Back in the day before modern times (any time before WWII) the distance to someplace was measured by how many pairs of shoes it would take to walk there. Shoes were usually made out of skins and then had an inner liner in them, well we all know most fish do not have a very thick skin so the shoes did not last ...
... they had sacking wrapped around their trunks) would have to be lifted and stored in some sort of hothouse over the long Icelandic winter. They did have lovely poppies, both HUGE Iceland poppies and the gorgeous blue Himalayan ones I tried growing once (unsuccessfully, of course) when I was a very young and brave gardener in Westdene.
After a cuppa there, we took ourselves down to the Akuryeri Museum, also quite well-known: it is quite small, but interesting, ...