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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to leave and I still had to get a ticket. Last on board but will be one of first off!! Am missing Blue lagoon to be home at a fit time for school tomorrow so would have been thoroughly peeved if I'd mussed flight. Any way, seen lots of Iceland but no aurora, think N Scandinavia next time. Signing off, sorry the blog has been brief, but this bus ride is longest period I've had with internet and nothing else to do. Skoll! ...
... Commonwealth period people would flock to Ţingvellir from all over the country, sometimes numbering in the thousands. They set up booths with walls of turf and rock and temporary roofing and stayed in them for the two weeks of the assembly. Although the duties of the assembly were the real reason for going there, ordinary people gathered at Ţingvellir for a wide variety of reasons. Merchants, sword sharpeners and tanners could all sell their goods and ...
... karl), cured minke whale (grafid hrefnukjöt), smoked lamb (hangikjöt), dark rye bread (rúgbraud), herrings (síld), gravlax, and a shot of Brennivín (Icelandic schnapps). It was all delicious except the shark, which tasted like ammonia. It stores urine in it's tissues which makes it poisonous to eat when fresh. It was honestly the most disgusting thing I (Lydia) have ever eaten. It was perhaps with ...
... United Kingdom of Great Britain. The new British flag combined the crosses of patrons Saints George, Andrew and Patrick into a single “Union Jack.”
I find it exciting that both Bonnie and I visit our heritage homeland on the eve of this long awaited vote to possibly dissolve this union and begin the process of re-establishing a new Scotland. Perhaps the dreams of Robert Bruce shall be finally ...
“You want a sandwich man?” he asked me. It was almost midnight and I was laying in bed trying to catch some sleep. “No thanks,” I sincerely replied. 5 minutes later he was shoving a sandwich in my nose. “Here, I made it for you!” I assumed that if I did't want to offend this tattoed Lithuanian fellow who, judging by his fysical appearance, either did heavy construction
work or spend much time in ...