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... Our morning began by trekking down the main street, Laugavegar in downtown Reykjavik. It was a quiet morning, presumably because of it being Sunday morning. It's a neat street that eventually narrows down to a single narrow lane, featuring old buildings, interesting graffiti and even a Phallological Museum. While we didn't go in, you can learn and see over two hundred mammal phallus specimens; including three homosapien specimens. The Arctic ...
... a sign to either the hotel or the famous Blue Lagoon, a large complex of hot springs, another big tourist attraction right opposite the hotel, according to its website.
No joy, and Ethel to GPS really doesn't have an alternative so instead we think we'll have dinner in Grindavik as we haven't been impressed by the quality or value-for-money of the evening meals provided by the accommodation. (Iceland is wickedly expensive, but food is absolutely iniquitous.) ...
... Iceland kids. Apparently she lives in a house cut into the cliffs of Keflavik watching over the harbor. (This house/cave was built a few years ago). When you go in, the giant groans and makes noise.....and you can look in. She sits in a rocking chair looking out on the water. She’s about 16 feet tall! ...
... pessoas do rent-a-car que conseguiram desbloqueá-lo na alfândega, e passei aproximadamente 20 horas no aeroporto, a ver filmes, fazer um novo mix e tentando não morrer de aborrecimento. Oh, e outra coisa sobre a Islândia: eles amam gatos. Quase toda a gente em Reykjavik tem um gato. Aparentemente faz parte da velha mitologia dos Vikings. Mas não tenho a certeza. ...
Started out on the bus, took it to the bus station, got off to go to "the" museum, wasn't open until 11, walked the wrong way and ended up at the church, so paid the 1000 KK to go up to the top and take pictures of the city. From here walked down the street visiting all the Shops on the way, contributed to the economy big time! Things are very expensive here, a cup of coffee is around $5. Had a ...
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