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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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Gorgeous accommodations and delicious food. What more can I say?
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... snapped their pictures and chatted in some foreign tongue. The path became non existent soon after and we scrambled over wet, dirty boulders protecting our cameras and ourselves. As the tube narrows one requires a head light, mine conveniently stopped working so that ruled out going future...just as well, it was not worth the risk of injury. Our next stop was Seljalandfoss. The parking lot was packed but we did find a spot right next to the "truckassoris" travel group. ...
... than that as the space opens up beneath the cradle and the scale of the chamber and it's glorious colours becomes clear.
On the ground, which is as it was after the eruption 4500 years ago, we made our way to an area where we could sit down to look up. This was great because looking up to see where we had come from was dizzying.
Since we were a small group it was really quiet inside and wonderful to listen to the gentle trickle of the water ...
One of the most popular tours out of Reykjavik is the Golden Circle. We (and 60 of our new friends) spent about eight hours on the route. The first stop was in Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO heritage park. The most famous part of the park is the rift, a chasm between the North American and European tectonic plates. The next stop was the Gullfoss Waterfall, where an amazing volume of water pounds down the mountainside. The wind was blowing at hurricane force making picture ...
... pretty calm. I flew for nearly an hour at 1000' then once the cloud became more consistent jumped up to 4500' and stayed there all the way til an hour shy of Iceland.
This is where I wish I had an autopilot! There was no traffic to look for, nothing but water and clouds to look at, and all very smooth, and I could have written in my diary, started a novel, calculated Pi to a gazillion places..... But handflew all ...
... and lava fields. Mimi Riding Icelandic horses is not something you do every day. Begga, the owner and tour guide, started us out with a lesson on the basics. She also talked about Icelandic horses themselves. We were each assigned a horse based on our ability and height. My horses name was Adam and Mimi's horse was named Rodull. They were both ************ounce because they are Icelandic. We warmed up in the ring but a lot of horses wouldn't move. When we went ...