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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Airport, is the largest airport in Iceland and the country's main hub for international transportation. It is situated 3.1 km west of Keflavik and 50 km south-west of Reykjavík. The airport has three runways, of which two are operated, and ...
Two unusual things I (K$) travel with - a pillow case, in this case a gift picked up by friends Tony and Olivia in Sweden, and a clean sponge. There's something about spit that makes me uncomfortable. I like knowing that only my drool is rubbing up on my face when I snooze. ...
... empty. And bathing area also empty! Great idea to come early in the morning!! Dotted around are pots of silica mud that you can use on your body as an exfoliant. You slather it on and wait 10 minutes for it to dry, before washing it off. I actually felt quite smooth afterwards. I found a nice quiet spot to sit. I'm not good at relaxing. I'm always on the go, doing something, thinking about something, ...
... crisis!). There are only a few prisons, and they are generally fairly low security and have some amenities like television and other pastimes for the prisoners. Gummi tells us that the maximum sentence, even for murder, is 16 years, and prisoners are required to either work or get an education. Even after these light sentences they have never had anyone commit a second murder.
... time to get some water, relieve our travel bladders and chat briefly with our daughter. Yup – despite the planning and early departure from home, traffic conspired to deliver us to the airport with only a little margin to spare – nothing like a bit of anxiety to plunge into our first international trip (sorry, Canada and Mexico – you don’t count on that front). Anyhow, we got on the plane where we learned our “Economy ...