Loki 101 Guesthouse

Address: Lokastigur 24, Reykjavík, 101, Iceland | Hotel
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      Made it to the city!

      A travel blog entry by wanderwithus on Mar 30, 2015

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... up here. His parents were artists so there is really cool artwork throughout all the rooms. Very nice!

      Joe and the boys ventured out to find a swimming pool. Olivia and I are going to walk around the city and check it out. It looks like tonight will be a good night to catch some Lights, but we have to drive out of the city to do so. We'll see what kind of adventures we can get into. :)

      P.S. Caught some lights at 4:00 this morning!

      Catching a Volcano Dream

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 01, 2015

      ... calmly along for about 40 minutes when the taxi driver turns and asks what time is my flight? He had to ask me three times because he had a gravely, mumbling voice. Later my guide even said he was hard to understand. I told him 3:15 and suddenly we are going much faster along the road. Then he turns to me and ...

      Goodbye until next time!

      A travel blog entry by simonandamanda on Jan 08, 2015

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      ... for our journey to the airport. We managed to pass through two snowstorms on the way, even though it was only a 50 minute journey but luckily it was only fairly light stuff coming down when we reached Keflavik so we didn't get soaked.

      The formalities over we settled down in the lounge for a pre-flight drink and snack. A farewell shot of the brandywine, and a nice glass of petit Chablis to set us up for the day!

      On board the ...

      I know where Iceland gets its name

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 19, 2014

      ... slices of cheese, ham, a slice of corned beef and a large salad of lettuce, cucumber, tomato, capsicum and onion, covered in pesto. It was a feast! I was tired and colder than I've ever been, but David wanted to stay in town a bit longer. So we wandered around for a bit. We saw the cathedral, a tiny white church which is the mist important church in Iceland. But it was closed, so we couldn't go in. Then we walked down to the harbour to check out Harpa. Harpa is Reykjavik's opera ...

      Reykjavik Centre

      A travel blog entry by shaughnp on Sep 10, 2014

      ... the different levels. A stunning building indeed.
      Their were a few ships docked next to the center that we also checked out. A coast guard ship and some other kind of rescue ship. The harbor was very pretty. Lots of boats parked there and a couple of small yellow lighthouses. The mountains could be seen to the north and the fog/clouds were starting to lift.
      Next we decided to find my elusive ...

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