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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We can describe our route to the next stop, Hveragergi, as water, water everywhere. Our guide showed us all possible waterfalls along the route, each one as "impressive" as the other. The first stop is at a town called Vik, which is on the water. But Vik's claim to fame is its woollens and of course there is a huge duty free shop by a gas station, …
... the geyser but turned around to realize that a massive storm was coming toward us. The rain and wind was so strong you could hardly walk, and then minutes later blue skies. I guess it's very typical for spring time in Iceland, you have to be prepared for all conditions. Returned back to hotel the same way we came. The inn keeper is a nice old man, who cooked us a tasty vegetarian meal while we listened to ...
... 2.5 times around the world and a thick blue haze settled over Europe. This was said to have played a role in triggering the French Revolution. The Glacier Lagoon was breathtaking. It was one of the most impressive landscapes we've ever seen. Seeing the icebergs protruding out of the water was a mystical experience. We boarded an all-terrain amphibious vehicle, much like the aqua duck on the Gold Coast. It was a large boat with giant wheels on which it drove into the water and ...
... organ with an impressive array of stainless steel pipes. There was a collection for cleaning them, so we donated all our small change, neither of us fancied the job. There was a lift to the top of the tower from where we got a good view out over the Reykjavik rooftops: we could see he ship, the car rental place and almost everywhere else too. Dropping the car back was easy, and nice young Matthias dropped us back at the ship, where I succumbed and bought a thick Icelandic sweater. ...
... Some people distinguish between "hidden people", who are the same size as humans but invisible, and elves, which are humanoid but not human and can be as small as eight centimetres. Some people claim to be able to see and communicate with the hidden folk. Some people also claim to have had sex with elves, and there are even books which detail how to go about doing this. There are apparently gay and lesbian elves. There is an an Elf University in Reykjavik. One politician who is a ...