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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
... and not too tasty lunch at the airport. Boarding Iceland Air was a treat. We were given a bottle of water as we boarded. The flight attendants were dressed in crisp uniforms with little pillbox hats.
The five hour trip to Reykjavik was long. It was 11:30 PM local time when we arrived. There were other flights arriving and leaving but nothing was open in the airport. We enjoyed a delicious protein bar for dinner. Iceland Air boarded ...
... first to Perlan (The Pearl), a landmark building built around and on top of the city's water tanks. From the observation deck, we got a great view of the city and inside we saw the artificial geyser erupt. Next we visited the Lutheran church, Hallgrimskirkja, the largest church in Iceland. About 80% of Icelanders are Lutheran. Hallgrimskirkja is designed to look like it is made of basalt columns and is surprisingly simply designed inside as well. As we continued on ...
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... ground floor, it is a huge space, and the glass windows play with the light wonderfully, reflecting windows are scattered among the plain ones, really cool. We lunched in the café, John had Pate which was sensational. Nearly forgot we had to drive around a bit to find the famous Icelandic Pallological Museum, (Penis Museum), boasting of over 250 different animal penises, not to mention a silver sculpture of the erect members of the 11 members of an Icelandic sporting team, ...