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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... you go you can see steam venting from its underground home. The short stroll to the viewpoint above the plant gave us a taste of the weather that was in store for us on most of the trip. A normal summer day in Iceland is around 62 F with a chance of drizzle, but the country has been in a rainy spell this year, and temperatures dropped into the upper 30s at one point, with plenty of showers and high ...
... baggage counter, chipped my keyboard and popped out the function button.
Picked up our rental car - all good! Myles was so excited that he could say Thorsteinson, and didn't have to spell it! Nice little Suzuki SUV will be perfect for touring around.
Headed into Reykjavik and drove around a bit downtown. Decided were we tired and hungry, so found a little restaurant and had a weird breakfast - toasted ham and cheese sandwich with ...
... sport and followed directions from Bree on how to apply a mud mask :-)
Seriously a great visit and we would recommend anyone who is making the trek to Iceland or even have a long layover to stop by and check it out! It's only 20 minutes away from the airport and the shuttles always are there to take you to and from.
After the Blue Lagoon, we had to return our car to the airport and then make our way back to the hotel. ...
... seafood place right off the water that was amazing....I'd try to spell it but the iPad doesn't have that much battery. The food was amazing I had fish soup to start and lamb...Lauren had muscles. our first experience as to how expensive this place ...
... North American plates and which is moving apart at the rate of about 2 cm per annum. The valley between the plates is now about 3 km wide.
Our next stop was Geysir which is an area of geysers. The most famous one is known as Geysir and, until an earthquake in 2010 used to spout higher than "Old Faithful" in Yellowstone. It is now dormant. Instead another geyser, called “Stokker” spouts regularly, every 5-6 minutes. We ...