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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... milky white. The shades of the icebergs depends on the air trapped within them. We walked along the black sand beach where we saw a huge ice berg in the lake and walked up a hill where it was insanely windy. We picked up blocks of ice which had washed up on the beach, you could see them dripping.
After we started our journey back to the capital city of Iceland, Reykjavik. We past so many beautiful waterfalls and stopped at one just before it ...
... Sagas. Unfortunately the Museum is closed for a few months so I wasn't able to see the collection.
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... head out into the Atlantic Ocean. The Commodore announced a few hours ago that the Bridge is watching the progress of Hurricane Eduardo very closely. Although we are facing some rough seas for tonight and into the morning hours, the effects of Eduardo are not going to impact our course of travel at all. At least, that's the latest word! Three days at sea now before we see land again in St. John's, ...
... lunch we met Gummi (pronounced Goo-mee), who will be our guide for the next ten days. He speaks great English with almost no accent, having lived in the US when he was younger. As we traveled around we would learn that not only was he conversant with the history and geology of his country, but he seemed to know the name of every farm and the history of its inhabitants. Tim and Jeanette Friesen are our ...
... 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.