Loki 101 Guesthouse
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- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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Our last stop of this great journey - Iceland, the land of amazing seismic activity, ferocious winds, Northern lights, woolly sheep, a language that will challenge anyone, wide open spaces and great very helpful people.
Unser letzter Aufenthalt auf dieser langen Reise - Island, das Land intensivster seismischer Aktivität, starken Winden, …
... for us to be over the fact that our food was staring at us. The meat was tender and honestly tasted like a combination of a fish fillet and roasted chicken. The skin was crispy and super flavorful from the chicken braise. The meat of the fish was easy to find and we had great instruction on how to get to the best bites.
... Ranga has themed each of their suites on the seven continents of the world. Ours was incredibly well-appointed with gorgeous African-style artwork, furniture, and rugs. We had an ample sitting area, huge bathroom with double sinks (our first since we got to Iceland), a double Jacuzzi tub, and a balcony overlooking the river and mountains. Plus a king-sized bed – also the first we have seen since Iceland. And best of ...
... br> Let’s just say that the roads away from the freeways are their polar opposites. They are narrow! Really narrow. The GPS took us off the secondary roads into a warren of tiny little streets that were more laneways. We finally turned onto our street – Laugavegur – and could see the hotel maybe 200 metres up the road. The problem was that 150 metres up the road it turned into a pedestrian mall. We had a lot of bags and it was looking like it ...
... the journey ahead on deep snow.
It wasn't long before we watched in awe as a huge 15 ton, former nuclear missile launcher belonging to NATO and purchased from England came trundling down the glacier. The massive wheels had strange pipes connected which allows the driver to increase/decrease the pressure as required. They are inflated at the bottom of the glacier allowing it to drive over the rough ground and slushy snow. As we gain ...