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... headband for warmth. Went up to 8 th floor to meet our tour guide Gulla,and fellow travelers. All very nice. Had a small bite at Sky, 8th floor, Cristi had potato leek soup which was average at best, I had orange pickled herring on homemade rye bread, it was wonderful! We meet at 8 pm to go see northern lights !! Fingers crossed. We drove for about an hour into the pitch dark country, pulled into an area with a small restaurant. Stood out side ...
... The first one was packed like sardines, but we weren't allowed to board the second bus until the first was full. It looked full already and we struggled to find seats, but we did, separately. A few more people even managed to find spots, before the bus pulled away, leaving the second, empty, bus behind. The bus was huge - and crammed. The tour guide said there were 70 people aboard and it felt like it. There was no leg room. My knees were jammed against the hard seat in ...
... very casual (you can do your laundry downstairs). The huge bar in the center had bookshelves all around it along the base. The paperback books were arranged by color. It was pretty cool. We ordered some delicious veggie burgers with fries. For dessert we go a Skyr cheesecake that we shared. It was outstanding. Nice idea from Megan!
We walked around a bit more and checked out 3 churches. One was ...
... tour leaders.
Our first stop on the guided tour of Reykjavik was Hallgrimskirkja--as you'll see later on, the design reflects the volcanic basalt columns found in nature.
This monument is for Leif Ericsson, regarded as the first European to land in North America (probably around Newfoundland), hundreds of years before Christopher Columbus. The son of ...
... of things. Anyhow, Caleb now has a secret map of where the elves spend their time though he can only share the map with friends and family. The most eye opening thing I learned from Caleb was that on June 29th each year if you want to see an elf you must roll around naked in wet grass...darn we were just a few too late to participate. (Editors note: Multiple shots of the Icelandic drink Brennivin will ...