Icelandair Hotel Klaustur
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... us to skip the 30 minute line. As we had all been here previously, we decided to take our chances with the line. Great surprise, the line only took about 10 minutes, the admission price was 12 Euro, and Emma, Sam, Natalia and Alex were all free. Quite a bargain with cooler weather, smaller crowds and a personal tour guide (Pietro) which all made for a great visit. We were all very pleased that we had decided ...
... that the hot and cold pipes could be lifted out to adjust the temperature slowly. Afterwards our core temperature was so high that it was no discomfort to get dry and change back out of our swimming trunks in the open with the cold wind. Drove down the f735 some way which was steep and gravelly in one place which made me very nervous - decided to tie every thing down in the back before attempting to come back back ...
... believe in trolls, ghosts and other beings.
They are very big on christmas and believe in 13 different Santa clauses. Which come 13 days before Christmas which are left different offerings. All Icelanders believe in these Santa's. The media has tried to tell people to give gifts that are not expensive as children are getting suspicious when one receives cheese and another an iPod. Naughty children are ...
... tectonic plates meet, which show that Iceland kind of lies between the continents. Even though it is Europe, it's sort of in the middle of both. We did a fun photo shoot and then boarded back on the bus to head back to Reykjavik. I don't usually do expensive tours, but the options are either to do the tours from the capital, or stay in the middle of nowhere by renting a car. I'm a city gal so it was an easy choice to make! Last day in Iceland today, then it's off to Viking ...
... I chose to explore. I had heard everyone mention the "diamond beach" so that's the first thing I wanted to find. Right over the bridge, quite hidden away, there's a black sand beach. It gets its name because the glacial chunks have floated down the river and washed up upon the shore. Absolutely beautiful! The ice really looks like ...