Park Inn by Radisson Island Reykjavik
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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... At Skogafoss, you arrive at the bottom of the fall, but there are stairs you can walk up to the top. Looking up at the stairs, they didn't seem to bad, but we were dying about half way up. We estimate it was about 400 stairs. (Maybe the stair climb helped to even out some of the hot chocolate and beer?) Once we made it to the top, and stopped to catch our breath, ...
... You’re literally standing between two continents. The area of Ţingvellir is basically a giant fissure between the tectonic plates and you can see the boundaries of the earth’s crust! It is also the most historic site in Iceland; it was where the Vikings established Alping, the world’s first democratic parliament in AD 930.
The next stop was at The Great Geysir, or Stori-Geysir, ...
... passed (still quite a distance away) most had concluded it was an iceberg, though the old couple were now convinced due to it's height that it was a ship carrying buses. LOL. Iceland's average is 11 degrees so as we entered the port, past a desolate brown mountain range to our left and the capital city Reykjavik to our right, we piled on the clothes layers for our excursion around the "Golden circle" of ...
... Once I learned to keep my head low, the ride got better!
So after a bumpy, winding journey, we reach Fakasel. This is a pretty neat place where we were able to go in and do a bit of shopping and have some great ice-cream coated in chocolate and caramel! They had some cool Icelandic stuff like sweaters and souvenirs for sale. We even spent some time outside admiring some horses and walking around a bit. Everywhere you look around here you see ...
Our first taste of the real Iceland yesterday as we went on a tour of the Golden Circle. Although not very far from Reyjkavik, it seems to belong to a distant past, an isolated land of dark mountains and lava fields, of spiral clouds of steam rising everywhere from the geothermal fields and geysers gushing up through the cracks in the magma. In fact, the area is named Geysir, which gave its name to all the others in the world. Not far from here is the enormous Gulfoss, or ...