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... is that! I can tell you that it is truly fantastic and just brilliant! My husband made the comments that my photos from the cockpit were not as great as some from just out the windows. Yes, probably true since I would have been leaning over the pilot and the controls to put my camera as close to the window as I was ...
... fair in Rye (New York) where Robs aunt and uncle live. It was a 5 hour flight overnight but neither of us got any sleep which was annoying as we knew we needed to drive a long way after.
We landed at 6:15am local time where I was expecting to see a sunrise but it was completely dark. We found our hire car company in arrivals then we got driven to their office to pick up our car. They told us the sun would come up until 10am!! What?? That's ...
... visit to the Icelandic Settlement Centre Museum, or to the local geothermal swimming pool. Naturally, once darkness falls, you will be out and about chasing the northern lights and bathing in the hotel’s outdoor hot tubs.
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Borgarnes is a town with a population of some ...
... as I almost boarded the wrong one which arrived first.
Curiously we passed thru a town called 'Hell' and our conductor was a friendly lady with ponytails.
The hotel was easy to find a short walk from the station, which was at the city marina. The hotel was an old historic ...
... country that was a total mystery in many ways. What is also possible is another trip here to spend a few days as the only destination for a journey to really see this country. Maybe in a year or two.
When most of us picture Iceland, we see a country that's ice cold because of its proximity to the Arctic Circle, but in reality it is green, and even warm. The ...