Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel, Reykjavik
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This would be our last day of driving to complete the Ring Road trip. The only parts we missed were the Eastern Fjords (which is a seperate trip all within itself), the interior glaciers and extensive hiking in the Myvtan area. I loved Iceland so much that I just might be willing to bend my rules of not repeating vacations. I think that there is …
Iceland. Population of the ENTIRE country is just over 315,000 (not including the horse population which is said to be over 80,000). The country sits on an active volcanic ridge at the edge of the arctic circle. It's interior is an isolated wilderness of icecaps, solidified lava flows and black sand deserts. The majority of the population live in …
Let's be honest after one day spent in the city, I can say that Reykjavik is not especially beautiful. Not a big issue as we didn't come here for the city^^
We have decided to stay focused on the city for this first day trip as we arrived yesterday lately (around 1:00am, and it was still not really the night, actually currently there's …
... off fish. We didn't get to try the dried fish which is the other delicacy (probably for the best). Iceland has been a breathtaking experience and anyone who has the opportunity to come here will love the scenery and landscape, I've never seen anything like it. The only word of warning is to come with plenty of cash so you can enjoy the sights! The tours cost so much money so I'm really glad we went the hire car option and was able to enjoy it at our own pace. ...
... she was given the naughty horse in the group, a white mare called Fjola (it means violet). I was given a lovely shaggy boy called Rođi (which means red) - I had to ask the girl to pronounce it a couple times to understand it - it's sounds something like Road-thee to my ear.
We set off in a big group going down a small track past the farm and across some hills. The first part of our ride was very gentle; just walking over flat ground and through a couple of streams. ...
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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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