Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel, Reykjavik
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Blu 1919 Hotel, Reykjavik Reykjavík
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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... as we both remember hearing something weird when we drove off.
So we started the journey again in our new car which was so smooth to drive, the car pratically drives itself. We were running a bit behind schedule and feeling very tired so tried our best to make a dent in the miles. The sun rose at 10am which was hard to believe, but it meant then we could take in the beautiful scenery. We past so many waterfalls and small towns, it was ...
... and municipality in the south of Iceland located 45 km to the east of Reykjavík on Iceland's main ringroad, Route 1.The river Varmá runs through the town. The population was 2,316 on 1 January 2011.
Overview: ]The surrounding area is part of the Hengill central volcano, and is geothermally active ...
... about their innovative agricultural process which I initially didn't think would be that interesting. Since it was now pelting rain it was good to be indoors for a bit.
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... of ambushing the enemy in a shallow bay. Iceland has only about 325,000 people, and more than a third of them live here in Reykjavik.
The Harpa Center is an arts and culture venue which also has a great restaurant with a view of the harbor area. Next stop was Volcano House, where they show an excellent film about the seismic and geothermal activity that Iceland is famous for.
... We were only in Iceland for a couple of days but we really bought into the culture. Everyone we met was so friendly, and keen to assist in any way possible. It was extremely modern and clean. We did not see a single police officer or police car in the city. People left bikes unchained in the street, and although we didn't see it ourselves, leaving keys in cars is also something that's common. It's just the culture there, and I loved it.