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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... guide, we started at the beautiful (and modern, 1986) church, Hallgrimskirkja which stands on a hill and can be seen from almost anywhere in the city. Inside you will find the 5275-pipe organ that was installed in 1992. From here, we walked down Skolavoroustigur to Gossip Ledge where people used to gather to swap a tale or two. Just across the road is the Penalty House built in 1874. This dreary little place still functions as a prison today. We follow a needlessly complicated route ...
... museum entrance.
So I went in. Just bizarre.
I blame long dark winters and the sun not coming up for a few months. Started by an academic from the University!
So that took all of 5 minutes to decide to move on. While the bottled specimens were freaky, the lamp shades of strectched skin just makes you wonder....
Thence to more Icelandic culture... I ...
... he set us down about 30 metres from the hut. We headed in and were welcomed by the base station manager. There were three groups in front of us so we had a bit of a wait. No big deal, all very companionable and warm, lamb soup and coffee. Eventually our turn came, so we sorted out our gear and donned the climbing harness and hard hat, then followed our guide up the cone to the top, maybe 80 or 100 metres up and around the outside. The earth consisted of scoria ...
Today we decided to go whale watching again since it was unsuccessful on Thursday. We went on the 1pm boat. On the boat we weren't so eager to stay up the top in the cold. Instead we stayed downstairs in the warm cafe and took our time. When we got out into open water we went up to the top. Soon after we spotted two porpoises jumping towards the boat. As quick as they were up they ...
We took a city bus out to the town of Hafnarjodur (try saying that even once). It has a population of 27,000 making it the second largest city in Iceland. Christine and Caleb went on a tour with Elisabet who told the group about the 'elves'. Christine was not impressed that Elisabet was not playing it up for the kids enough and could not muster up answers to any questions i.e.: What do they eat? Response: ...