- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that the laws were read out, where executions took place, and where in later times in 1944, Iceland became a self governing nation. It is also the place where you can clearly see the tectonic plates shifting. The gap is widening every year by a small amount, causing the rocks to split apart and leave rift valleys. It has moved about 8 foot in the last 1000 years... so we hurried on, just in case. But just time first for a loo stop... Over the years I have been shocked by the ...
... have a large festival with the years harvest of cattle. Apparently if is wild. Will definitely come back.
On our way home our guide stopped off at two other places one church and one horse riding ranch. It was lovely.
Once we came back we washed up and started to pack for the early morning flight. We then wend down to the common room and had dinner which was delirious.
That's about it.
Wednesday 20th August ...
What a treat to have a full day to spend exploring Reykjavik today! Despite the fact that my hotel room looks out over the runway of the domestic airport, my night was surprisingly quiet and peaceful. It seems that Icelanders don't fly around their country at night (they must leave that to the elves and hidden people :). I kicked off the day with a breakfast that included the famous Icelandic treat - Skyr. Turns out that it is a cultured dairy product similar to ...
... accommodated and set up with the hotel night and meals. Apparently, this is a common occurrence; one woman said that, in the past, she had waited five days to try to get the Greenland and five days getting back.
Since our time was limited we decided we needed to cancel the trip, much to our disappointment. But, it was better that it happened going there rather than coming back ...
... we noticed a long line-up of tourists behind us and it was almost 5 o'clock, closing time! Our guide had arranged for our goodbye supper at a restaurant in a square that we knew well and this time we were given a white wine and kir drink to toast. More lobster soup (!!), a substantial plate of lamb and a wonderful chocolate soufflé for dessert. Oh lord, we both feel we have put on some weight and there is no doubt we will need to get back to our exercise regimen when we get ...