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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... place and had lobster soup, cod skewer and some grilled whale. The food was seriously excellent. The Cod was so fresh it melted in your mouth like cotton candy. The whale was good as well. The walk back to the hotel was as windy as we have ever experienced. At one point, Carol was being blown backwards and Jim was just treading and trying to keep Carol from blowing away. We made it back, showered and collapsed into our bed at about 9:30. Two days excitement squeezed into ...
... again on the surface. Oh wow! I call it "seeing a lava river being born". works for me.
Since there were only 10 of us and we made roughly 10 passes over the field and fissure and lava rivers, each of us was given the opportunity to go stand behind the pilot and co-pilot in the cockpit and look out the window ...
... once we got into the water it was really hot and our heads weren't even that chilly. Although I imagine it would be a lot nicer here in the summer. It was funny watching the people do the run/walk from the hot water across the decking to the changing rooms. We were told to condition our hair beforehand and after as the water dries it out due to the minerals it contains, silica and sulphur. So I tried not to get too much on my hair but it got wet from ...
... was a cruise day heading back east towards Scotland. This is the first time on a cruise that I've back tracted on its coarse. We gained an hour on our way to Iceland, and we lost an hour last night. I was a bit under the weather yesterday with a slight upset stomach, but I'm feeling much better this morning. I had some breakfast of oatmeal with some fruit and yogurt. ...
... wind. The final stop of the evening was the geyser sites. These geysers are said to be over 1,000 years old. All around in random patches, bubbling pools of clear water. The water is hot, so sulphur-smelling steam fills the air. The ground is steaming. There were several pools like this, then one larger one (called Strokkur) which spouts around every 5 minutes up to 20m high. I watched it burst a couple of times. It doesn't give much notice and catches you a bit off ...