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... rooms that they had since all their 5
children have left. It was a rainy day with low cloud couldn’t see much but
what we saw was very interesting. The south part of the Island seems to have
been effected by volcanic eruptions more than elsewhere. The area near the sea
is very flat no vegetation and old lava flows covering the country side. We
went to the Blue Lagoon which is a hot spring that is a tourist attraction and
... created around 6,000 years ago. Head back to Reykjavík via Hellisheidi Heath and pass through the city center on the way back to the pier. Notes: Notes: Very Own republic in 1944. Reykavik means the "steamy bay". Greater Reykavik has 200,000 people - 330,000 people in Iceland. Long & boring winter & summer not very good Expecting First autumn latitude today - windy Green & clean city - no pollution 3 salmon fishing rivers ...
... many warnings to stay within the roped off areas around the geysers to prevent injury. Someone not on our tour didn't follow the advice and was taken away in an ambulance with his leg wrapped in plastic. Our lunch/dinner stop was at the Geysir Hotel. The Icelandic salmon was excellent. Our table companion was one of the deaf interpreters on our cruise. He told us about how he got into being an interpreter and how Disney provides interpreters on any cruise with ...
Time for lunch! Off to a local diner we go, the One Stop Restaurant. More of a gas station but they had pretty good food. Tammy and I opted to split a pepperoni and mushroom pizza. I have never seen such a thin crust but it sure was good. Some of our group were sitting at the table behind us and on a lark, pooled their Icelandic coins together for a shot of what had to be the blackest looking shot of some liqueur. I was told it was ...
... the apartment key in it. First we had to unpack the car before we could have a lounge for a bit and recover from another long day driving. We then went off to have a look around down town (two blocks away) and find a bite to eat. We passed a good-looking museum but thought we were too tired to do it justice, so we will go in the morning before our helicopter and volcano tour at lunch time. Lots of food places, souvenirs and clothing shops, as well as a ...