Park Inn by Radisson Island Reykjavik
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We started the long drive from Akureyri to Retkjavik with sunny skies.
We went to Osar, to see the seals colony but were struck by a blizzard and had to give it a miss.
We then continuedtowards the Barnafoss and Hraundfossar waterfalls.
Part of the way was blocked by a freak blizzard, but we somehowmanaged to get to the gorgeous blueish …
We had a very early start at 1:45 at night.
Went to the airport and had a VERY poorly maintained flight with SAS to Copenhagen.
Spend the entire day in Copenhagen, visiting the botanical gardens, the town hall, Rosenbrog castle, the cathedral and enjoying this lovely city.
At around 20:00 we took a lovely (yet VERY bumpy) Icelandair …
NOTHING could've prepared us for the stunning view when we opened the curtains in the morning - great snow-topped mountains, the bay of Reykjavik and an island in the middle. Absolutely great.
After a nice breakfast, we went to the nearby Hilton hotel to by the Reykjavik welcome card and to a nearby Nova store to get a sim card.
We then …
What a whirlwind year 2009 has been for me. Many highs and some lows but here I am again and ready to start 2010 on a positive note. I was presented with an opportunity to travel to Iceland (http://www.visiticeland.com) so off I go.
You might ask yourself "Iceland in January?" and the only response I can think of is "How "COOL" is that" …
... which was downtown, right by the Marina, across the street from the shipyard.
After checking in, Sherry, Terry and I drove to the geothermal plant about 20 minutes outside of Reykjavik, which generates electricity and provides hot water for the city. Sandra wasn't interested and stayed behind. It was more of a guy thing, but Sherry came along and said she didn't mind it at all. The visitor centre is very well done. It was extremely interesting to learn ...
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