Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel, Reykjavik
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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This is a very cute hotel right in the center of the city. The famous Icelandic hot dog stand is directly across the street and Harpa can be viewed as soon as you step out the doors. It's in a quaint shopping and eating area and was the perfect place for us to rest our heads before starting to drive the Ring Road. Loved it!
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Today is a wonderfully, relaxing day after working very hard the past few days hiking in the very cold Iceland weather. It has been worth every minute as there is no other time of year to see such amazing beauty. Iceland is a frozen, fairyland this time of year. We've loved it. But - being here now makes us want to come back in the summer to drive …
After getting a really good nap in our lux Euro-bed - we set out to enjoy our first day in such a cool and interesting city. Richard and I love to travel but without a doubt going to Reykjavik is about as different as it gets!! The very cold weather alone sets it apart from places we have been. When we went to Alaska a couple of years ago it was …
(Before you read today's entry I wanted to remind you there are several photos at the bottom of the page!! Don't miss!!!)
Today we packed up early and connected with the group we will be traveling with the next week. It turns out there are only 7 of us so it makes for a perfect sized group in which to travel. We started the day with …
... finally figures out where I am to go. Someone calls the airline and tells them I am on the way.
We are truly speeding along the road, passing every car in ...
... so I explore the inside of the Harpa Opera House to get some shelter. This is a very new addition to the Reykjavik cityscape and is very striking architecturally, as well as being huge for the size of the population. It was started during the heady years of banking wealth that Iceland was enjoying before 2008, and was unfinished when the crash happened. Some people wanted it to be demolished, in the end the government decided to plough on and ...