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 …
By morning it had settled down somewhat. Foolishishly optimistic as we are, we drove 40 mins in the opposite direction to todays destination to get a sunrise (cough!) at Jolulsarlon and the Ice Lagoon and Beach. It was however grey and miserable and we did not even get out of our cars. The drive there itself was scary with the wind, the ice and snow on the road from the previous days storm and ...
... crevice is obscured from view, so that it appears that a mighty river simply vanishes into the earth.
During the first half of the 20th century and some years into the late 20th century, there was much speculation about using Gullfoss to generate electricity. During this period, the waterfall was rented indirectly by its owners, Tómas ...
... Northern Lights, best enjoyed from a comfortable hot tub in the garden of the hotel.
Here there is a variety of hot springs and bubbling pools including the original geyser, which is now dormant, but which has been replaced by Strokkur "the Churn", which erupts at 5-10 minute intervals.
When we get to Geyser, the chef from the Geyser Restaurant will accompany us to the geothermal area were we will be able to taste bread freshly baked in a ...
... but it was awesome to see him. It was freezing on the top deck so
we eventually took refuge in the café below so that Molly and I could try to
regain some feeling in our hands.
Once back in harbour we wandered around studying menus
outside the many restaurants (it’s our 29th wedding anniversary
today so a celebratory dinner seemed apt). We all agreed that to eat in a restaurant that
served whale meat would be ...