A10 Deluxe Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Time to head home already. It's been an action packed 4 day trip! But one last sight to visit - and it's enroute to the airport. The Blue Lagoon. I got picked up at 8am and then left the city on an 8.30am transfer to the lagoon. It took about 40 minutes. As we drove through the lava field, the billowing steam coming from the water was visible. Exciting! The blue lagoon is a geothermal spa. The water is a opaque ...
In the evening we had our farewell dinner where we said goodby to our new and old friends, and thanked Gummi and Trosti for their hospitality.
For our last day in Iceland we would continue along highway 1 back towards the airport, but we haven't run out of amazing sights to see. We stopped in some charming little fishing villages where we went inside the old ...
... my do Kevlavik. Nasi współpasażerowie wyglądają na powracających z urlopu w Polsce ciężko pracujących na rzecz Islandii.
Nocujemy w hotelu bezobsługowym. W Indiach na recepcji witałoby nas 3 osoby, tutaj wita nas ekran z cyferkami, w którym wklikujemy kod i wchodzi na obiekt.
Ciekawe jak to wszystko nam się tutaj ułoży...
... get used to. Smoked Salmon and cream cheese on Sourdough breakfast was amazing. Finding variety is a bit of a problem for a country like Iceland however, resulting in dishes such as "Smoked Puffin" and "Minke Whale Steak" appearing on the menu. The latter is probably second on my list of "most delicious meats" after Reindeer. It was extremely rich, meaty, and had literally no fat on it. It was also rich in iron giving it a strong taste, not ...
... bit heavier. Walked through town to the cemetery and took some photos. It was interesting that the cemetery had lots of trees coming up through the graves and it was almost like the trees had been planted as people had died. Must say that in the drive from the airport to the city (some 56+ kms away) there were no trees at all. All the trees in Reykjavik have been planted and supported by the people here - and there is evidence that a lot of the pines are ...