Grettir Guesthouse

Laugavegur 28 A, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | Hotel
Prices starting from $91.00

Travel Blogs from Reykjavík

Minke Whale Anyone?

A travel blog entry by tomkilbey29


... from a beef fillet steak. Of course, part of the reason it was so nice was probably because we knew it was something that, according to about 150 countries in the world, we should not be eating. But if those people tried it, they would change their mind, I'm sure of it. We also had a hot-dog. Not that impressive right? Perhaps, but this place prides itself on being the best Hot-Dog in Iceland, and strangely enough, Bill Clinton actually visited it. ...

Almost a millionaire!!

A travel blog entry by traveleasy


... some lunch. We hit a very touristy street with lots of restaurants and settled on one. Decided to blow the budget and have a beer with lunch (cost $10) - that and the salmon I had for lunch came to $40. This place is as expensive as Norway. When we changed money at the airport I changed $US200 and was give ISK220,000. $Aust1 is equal to 100 ISK. It makes everything in the hundreds of thousands. The money I'd changed didn't last very long, because we then had to pay ...

Arrival in Iceland

A travel blog entry by herbguhl


... Arrangements had been made for a group tour first thing on our arrival, so we all piled on a bus with "Oli" our tour group leader. First stop was a bridge over the fault line that separates the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates, which runs through Iceland. The weather, to quote Oli, was "pretty ******, even for Iceland". It was 10 degrees, raining, and very windy, so our visit to the bridge was a short one. The next stop, at a geothermal area where hot water and steam come ...

Touring Reykavik by bus

A travel blog entry by prinret


... legs and are sturdy and strong animals. Icelanders love to ride and these horses are an excellent way of navigating across the rugged terrain. Horseback riding is a popular pastime.

Food in restaurants is expensive by Canadian standards as so much is imported to this island nation. We didn't get to experience any other restaurant for dinner other than the one in our hotel, but even the cafeterias we stopped at on our excursions ...

By way of Reykjavik

A travel blog entry by jennyblumberg


... we were only passing through, we asked, "What can we see from the Reykjavik airport?" "Oh!" Chirped the stewardess. You can see lava, and moss.

And here I thought flying into Iceland we would see a vast white tundra.

Bought tremendously expensive provisions on the plane. Wine and a Cesar salad. As painful as the bill was, it was still worth it. My bag of beef jerky inadvertently ended up in our checked luggage. A note on my food ...


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