Despite our comfortable lodgings, we didn’t sleep too well after such a hair-raising experience on the roads the day before. We had an excellent breakfast to look forward to when we awoke though! Our AirBnB host had set out a classic European breakfast for us with bread, cheese, cold cuts, muesli, cereal, cookies, tea, and …
My last day in Iceland was spent eating my way through Reykjavík at the Sandholt bakery, Cafe Loki, and the Lobster Hut before boarding the Icelandair plane home.
A day spent in Reykjavík visiting the National Gallery of Iceland, the Harpa, and the Icelandic Phallological (penis) Museum.
Took a Stræto bus, Iceland’s public transit, to Laugarvatn where I checked into the Laugarvatn Hostel and had a wonderful dinner at Linden, a local restaurant there.
“To Pack” list and reflection on preparing for my trip to Germany, Prague, and Iceland in July.
One of the great joys of planning a trip is the research one does in anticipation for the adventure. Here is my reading list for my trip Iceland, with a focus on history and culture.