The Capital-Inn

Sudurhlid 35d, Reykjavík, 105, Iceland | 1 star inn
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Fire and Ice

A travel blog entry by stephjohnson

1

I'm really glad I switched tours today, it was exactly the same tour but it spent a bit less time
at each site. That worked out well, I found I had the perfect amount of time at
each place, the weather was FREEZING and I had just enough time to look around
and take pictures without getting frostbite. Lol. We went to Pingvellir

In search of the Aurora Borealis

A travel blog entry by stephjohnson

The flight from London to Iceland is a 3 hour flight, I arrived at 4.20pm, and the weather forecast was spot on. Raining and windy as! The transfer to the hotel seemed to take forever! My room was nice enough but the hotel was not "in the heart of Reykjavik" as advertised and the restaurant is not open until May so for now they are only serving …

Golden Circle

A travel blog entry by twittg

25

... were cooking underground. Everyone was freezing and just wanted to go inside. At steam baths, we change and race out to closest pool. It's somewhat warm so race through cold again to the next pool and the next. This one's more natural rock and we find a vent to sit by that's extra warm. Funny to watch everyone else running around trying to get out of the cold. Talk to a couple from the UK who like it by my steam vent (it's MINE!!!). They said Iceland is expensive for ...

Winter Wonderland

A travel blog entry by oliver10

106

... the blue water made an amazing sight.

From here we went on to Geysir, from which all geysers are named. The namesake no longer goes off but Strokkur goes off every ten minutes so we watched that a few times with the dying sun as a backdrop (at lunchtime!) It doesn't get as high as Old Faithful in Yellowstone but you could stand really close to see the bubbling water and feel the power as it blows! After a very expensive burger and chips (twice in 24 ...

The Blue Lagoon

A travel blog entry by sam.floy

7

... very successful commercially.

We exfoliated with some of the natural cream (though before that some of us mistakenly picked out some grit from the floor...), went in the steam room, had a beer from the pool bar, and took some selfies.

At one point a lady working there came over and took a picture of us in the pool. We proceeded to do some pretty silly poses...

Lastly we went to "the cave" and listened to the same description of ...

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Location

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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