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Gorgeous accommodations and delicious food. What more can I say?
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... br> for you so I am glad we did not try to get you there. But you would have loved it nevertheless.
All - - - I hope after keeping up with our travels you will start saving your kronas and plan a trip yourself. Richard and I liked it some much we would like to go back and see it in the summer when all the snow and ice have turned to beautiful green!
Thank you for being with us on our journey! Until next time!
... headed out of town along the recommended route. Getting out of town was almost as confusing as getting into town, but once on the road it was pretty straightforward.
Iceland is at the north end of the Mid-Atlantic trench. This trench stretches down the middle of the Atlantic ocean, and where two tectonic plates are being moved apart (continenta drift and all of that). Iceland ...
... screening after departing the plane and before customs. Our next flight was delayed an extra half hour and the room for the gate was closed so people were standing in the hall Only a few seats were available for an entire planeload of passengers. I noticed an inlaid wood marker in the floor portraying latitude and longitude of the hall as 63 degrees 59 minutes north and 22 degrees 03 minutes west, a first ...
... to the sights along the south, east and northeast portions. Again, if limited on time, this would be the part to pass on.
That all being said, we feel like we’ve gotten a sense of the country as a whole – from the relatively congested and city-fied Reykjavik area to the less-visited parts. The people, as a whole are the same pleasant Scandinavians, but just a bit more self-contained and reticent. A ...
... br> The Downtown tour bus was full so we waited for the next one. We got off at stop 11 and walked down hill all the way to the Hornblower ferry to see the Statue of Liberty. The boat was big and packed. Marie stayed downstairs and indoors while I went up on top. Managed to get close enough to the rails to get some good shots. The boat went out close to Liberty Island and then back under the Brooklyn Bridge. We caught ...