Icelandair Hotel Fludir
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Our group of 16 finally gets together in Reykjavik and meet Elisabet, our tour guide and Siggy our driver. Some flew in from Toronto and east coast of US this morning so they are pretty tired and hardly dressed for visiting external sites but off we go... Iceland is where the Eurasian plate is pulling away from the North American plate at the rate …
For the second time this trip, I woke to a winter wonderland. This was even more so than last time. A few inches of snow covered every centimetre of ground and, as Ian drove us to meet our Glacier Lagoon tour, he said there would probably be more snow during the day. He had to wipe snow off his four-wheel drive and we passed cars covered in a thick coating. It was weird seeing a city covered in snow. I mean, I've seen photos of Paris and New York in snow, but at home we don't get ...
... the falls. At the end of the music video the young man attempts to swim across the Hvítá river downstream from the Gulfoss. His young lady friend is so horrified by seeing him being washed down the Hvítá river that she also jumps into the river in order to help him. They then float down the river holding onto each other.
... bread with Icelandic butter – all washed down with a freezing glass of Geysir Schnapps
• An insight into the Icelandic horse – you will learn about the history of these distinctive animals and the unique five gaits that makes them special
• A visit to a geothermal greenhouse – geothermal energy is great for horticulture and heated greenhouses make an unusual sight in the bare landscape
At Geysir, the chef of ...
... the Visitor's Center was open (it opens at 10:00am after September 15). We had the pleasure of exploring the geothermal sites of Geysir pretty much all by ourselves. It was lovely! Imagine being at Old Faithful in Yellowstone without another soul around! It's unheard of! To see these world-famous sites up-close and personal, just the two of us was a real treat and made the visit so much more intimate and special. We really got a ...