Pingvellir National Park Campground
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Sight of ancient Icelandic Parliament, as well as the huge rift between the separating continents of North America and Europe.
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Sveglia di buon mattino colazione alle 7.00 e partenza verso la piana dell'assemblea. C'è un unico punto in cui la dorsale medio-atlantica si può osservare non sommersa dall'acqua, qui in Islanda. È il punto in cui le due placche di Europe e America si separano e si allontanano di 1 cm all'anno! Proseguiamo verso Geyser Poi pranzo! …
Landed by 10am and collected our car to start exploring. First stop was the incredible blue Lagoon where we stayed for a few hours and covered ourselves in mud and enjoyed the very warm blue waters. We quickly dropped into Reykjavik for an incredible lunch, we ate SOO much! We then headed up to Pingvellir national park which was lovely. A waterfall …
... of the research centre is to research and provide insight into Snorri´s work. At Reykholt you will also find Snorralaug pool, one of the oldest extant constructions in Iceland. Snorrlaug is a hot bathing pool constructed during medieval times; next to the pool there is a tunnel leading to the farmhouse of Snorri Sturluson. Snorri Sturluson was assassinated here in 1241 by the order of the king of ...
... road - which we found out later was labeled for 4 wheel drives only - and was not permitted by our rental car agency... Beautiful scenery and fabulous views of Iceland's second largest glacier - no pics though as we were mostly preoccupied with finding our way off of the road!! Finally we arrived at our first place!! A small cottage on the side of a lake, under a glacier - ...
... pictures of the town center and then onward we went. Our next stop was The Icelandic Phallological Museum which was strangely unique and I will say no more. By then we were exhausted so we window shopped our way back to our hotel and were soundly asleep by 9:00pm.
Stay tuned for tomorrows edition and see how two gals adapt to driving in Iceland!
But for now love to all,
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