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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... died because of sulphur cloud that hung around for this time.
All the vegetation also died and most of the animals. Another eruption in 1996
was that great that it melted a lot of the ice cap causing flooding which
destroyed roads and bridges in the area.
8th. Last night we stayed a a guest house but to
us it was more like a Airbnb place as they were there and let you use anything
they had and they put people into ...
... people from each farm could get to church by foot without crossing a river.
Like Horses and Churches Waterfalls tend to feature quite heavily in the south and they are so impressive. My favorite was Saljalandsfoss because you could walk behind it.. A lovely cold shower is awaiting you...
My final stop for the day and the one that was quite emotional was a stop at ...
... for use on the island. Anyways, the tomatoes we had were so tasty. At the farm they sell a number of different tomato products made on the premises. Sharon and I enjoyed soup with fresh basil and bread. Our next stop was Geysir which is has one of the three regularly spouting geysers. Actually the entire park had a lot of the bubbling pools and geysers to observe. ...
... usual tonight, lamb with vegetables. Another guest arrives, Alex, from Germany without any food and no place to get it in town. I offer him my other lamb steak and remaining vegetables, which he graciously accepts. We are also joined by to Slovakians, Tibor and Jana. We all sit at the kitchen table after dinner, drinking whiskey and vodka, swapping stories and perspectives about religion, politics, ...
... myself a jam sandwich for lunch later from the groceries I'd gotten the night before. A bus picked us up right in front of our hostel and took us to the Harpa center where we waited for our main bus.
Our bus driver, Jon, was hilarious. He had some good stories to tell and was really knowledgeable about Iceland. Unfortunately, it was pretty grey and rainy for the entire day. Our first quick stop was at a ...