The Capital-Inn

Sudurhlid 35d, Reykjavík, 105, Iceland | 1 star inn
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This 1 star inn, located in the Reykjavík area of Reykjavík, is near Solfar (Sun Voyager) Sculpture, Saga Museum, Icelandic Phallological Museum, and Helicopter Service of Iceland.
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    Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

    Snaefellsjokull National Park

    A travel blog entry by jivebarber on Sep 20, 2014

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    We had a very good breakfast at the hotel and then went for a walk along the cliff path, admiring the cliffs, basalt columns and sea birds. Then we set off for the journey back to Rejkjavik. We stopped briefly at Arnarstapi with its tiny harbour and again at Budir with its unique black church with white window frames, dating from 1703. The terrain was interesting with lava ...

    Viking Longhouses and Whale Penises

    A travel blog entry by daniel.western on Sep 01, 2014

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    ... out of the geothermal vents in the area.

    It seems that Reykjavik for a long time was nothing more than a small collection of longhouses, farms, smithies etc. The longhouse in the Settlement Exhibition is very well preserved and is accompanied by informative panels and interactive displays. All very modern and slick, and very interesting - though it doesnt take more than an hour and a half to see everything.

    Then for lunch ...

    Between two plates

    A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on Aug 16, 2014

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    ... into one of the faults beautifully, then drove further down the valley to the ice cold lake, forget the name of it but its fed 90% by glacial water thats percolated and filtered through the basaltic ground rock, discharging in the rift valley to create Iceland’s biggest lake. Within the lake are more fault lines where the rift valley floor is splitting apart and its here people scuba dive down into them, the famous site called Silfra. Something i’m very keen to do one ...

    Last day in Iceland

    A travel blog entry by pdesbjerg on Jul 17, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... that they have this geothermal system that provides all of Reykjavik with all it's electricity and heating/hot water at almost no cost. Not only that but they install piping in the ground below their sidewalks to heat them in the winter so there is no ice and snow on them. Cool!! Also they can grow alot of their vegetables in hot houses at no ...

    We arrived! (Breakfast, Blue Lagoon)

    A travel blog entry by skayadventures on Jun 05, 2014

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    ... Yaris from Hertz and drove to a little port town called Grindavik for breakfast before Blue Lagoon opens. We ended up driving around and around Grindavik looking for anything that resembled "food here" just before giving up and opening the protein bars we found a cool tucked away harbor cafe. Where we had a traditional Icelandic breakfast which was a perfect way to start our trip. The server was really nice and had ...