Hotel Streym Torshavn
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... area to head for en route to Denmark.L set up Gertie (the sat-nav) to avoid motorways (autobahns in Germany) and off we went. We wended our way through rolling green hills with great splashes of bright yellow where the rape (canola) is in full bloom and where after the rain, the perfume of it was strong in the air. Quite a pleasant smell, it could be somewhat of an irritant for those who suffer with hay fever we suspect. Passed through many villages both ...
... isolation, green-ness, and waterfalls everywhere you look. Even where there were no actual waterfalls, the rocks were dripping wet and glistening. There was not a lot of wildlife to see: very few birds, the puffins having moved on to Iceland already. Sheep were the main event and they were loose and meandering all over the roads. In one valley he said we might see wild salmon leaping, but there were none. Neither were there any seals, although he said ...
Once ashore, we spent about four hours wandering around this interesting place with its many unique buildings that add a new dimension to going out to mow the grass!!!
... was a free concert and nice, inexpensive buffet lunch at the Nordic House, I decided to go. When I learned how far it was, I wished I had let the captain drop me there! Oh well, the walk uphill will be good for me. :)
I was walking and walking, in the correct direction, when a man called and asked if I knew where I was going. I said " to the Nordic House," he then directed me to walk through a beautiful park.
... 32! So, Maria was home and welcomed me. She showed me around and I settled into my room.
This house is very comfortable and cozy. I love the Scandinavian design influence.
After getting settled, I headed out for a walk around into explore the capital city. One thing that is quite unusual is all the homes with sod roofs. It's very common here. I was told it is good insulation and less noisy than tin roofs.