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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... viewing platform built on top. Its possible to walk around the platform for a great view of Reykjavik and surrounding area. There is also an artificial "geyser" in the middle of the building which goes off every few minutes. get there just as a busload of Chinese tourists pull up, so hurry up to the viewing platform to get there before it gets too crowded. The view is indeed very nice.
There is a surprisingly rugged walking trail down ...
... buying a 695kr ($6) stale croissant.
At this point, about an hour of my 10 hour stay had gone by. I passed the time by going between reading, watching Amanda Bynes movies, and trying not to fall asleep for the fear of the 0 people who were in the airport with me stealing my 6'2 person clothing filled carryon.
Right as I was about to leave a guard let me go outside onto the tarmac. It was cold. It was beautiful. It was worth it.
... at the hut where we started, we all stank from wearing old wetsuits, so 30 people showered and jumped in a little sauna together. Looked like that game Sardines, which dad decided to announce at the time.
Visited the world famous geothermals home to Geysir, the first discovered geyser and there exon why all subsequent geysers have their name. She wasn't blowing, only after earthquakes. There was another one though going every 8 minutes. A round ...
... is one of the biggest waterfalls in the country with a width of 25 metres (82 feet) and a drop of 60 m (200 ft). Myles climbed that path to the top of the waterfall while I enjoyed the view from below. Seljalandsfoss is unique in that you can walk behind it....got a bit wet on the trail - but worth it for the view. It was very windy on ...
Another fabulous day in Iceland started off with waffles and nutella (Pixie was in heaven!) at a lovely little cafe on Laugavegur, Reykjavik's main street. This was followed by a wander through the old harbour area, where Iceland's one and only military (coast guard) ship is docked. We got the impression it doesn't see much action! We realized that we haven't seen any puffins so far, ...