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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to the city centre area. It is about 30 minutes to walk from the apt. The streets are narrow, lots of apartments, typical big European type city. Lots of nice shops on a few streets, but nice neighborhoods too. We passed a few churches and parks that will require further investigation on Wednesday. Back at the apt. We had dinner and skyped with Michael in LA . That made my day ...
Time to head home already. It's been an action packed 4 day trip! But one last sight to visit - and it's enroute to the airport. The Blue Lagoon. I got picked up at 8am and then left the city on an 8.30am transfer to the lagoon. It took about 40 minutes. As we drove through the lava field, the billowing steam coming from the water was visible. Exciting! The blue lagoon is a geothermal spa. The water is a opaque ...
In the evening we had our farewell dinner where we said goodby to our new and old friends, and thanked Gummi and Trosti for their hospitality.
For our last day in Iceland we would continue along highway 1 back towards the airport, but we haven't run out of amazing sights to see. We stopped in some charming little fishing villages where we went inside the old ...
Once deciding on Europe, the question became how to “do it” – book a cruise? A Tour? Nope – turning to our standard method, we got some tour books, watched travel videos, and cruised the internet. While searching, we came across Icelandair’s offer – if you fly to one of their European
destinations, you can extend your layover in Iceland up to seven days at no extra fare. Cool!
Our general approach to this trip is ...
... display room. There are mainly European travelers here - German, French. I've never been to Europe, but Iceland almost has a European feel to it, with a sightly offbeat twist. The people are stunning (Vikings!) and helpful, if not immediately friendly.
For the biggest city in Iceland, Reyjkavik still has its deserted side streets, erratic store hours, and a small-town feel. It retains a minimalist feel with simple, functional ...