Reykjavík: Cinnamon Rolls, Hot Dogs, and Other Icelandic Delicacies

Reykjavík is a relatively small city but, to my great delight, it’s also a really good city if you are a foodie. Though prices feel a bit like they range from exorbitant to sell-your-firstborn high, if you’re willing to endure the sticker shock, you can have some great meals. I began my time in town … More Reykjavík: Cinnamon Rolls, Hot Dogs, and Other Icelandic Delicacies

Iceland: Floating Along at the Blue Lagoon

Before going to Iceland, I felt like everything I read about the Blue Lagoon was wildly across the map. There were a chorus of people calling it overrated, saying that if you wanted an authentic geothermal spa experience, you should head elsewhere. Then there were others, people who said, yeah, okay, it’s touristy, but it’s … More Iceland: Floating Along at the Blue Lagoon

Reykjavík: Colorful Streets, Striking Cathedrals, and Never-Ending Days

I wasn’t sure what to expect from Reykjavík. Truth be told, I went to Iceland for all the other stuff – to float in the Blue Lagoon, to explore waterfalls and glaciers and geysers, to see the famous Icelandic ponies. I didn’t necessarily go for the city aspect of it. So, it was a pleasant … More Reykjavík: Colorful Streets, Striking Cathedrals, and Never-Ending Days