After 3 days of beautiful Icelandic nature we've finally arrived to Reykjavík - the capital of Iceland.
Beautiful nature continues. We are on our way to Reykjavik.
Its latitude, at 64°08' N, makes it the world's northernmost capital of a sovereign state.
With a population of around 120 000, it is the heart of Iceland's economic and governmental activity.
Art room, Poet room. Now this is what I call hotel service.
The city itself is very cute and comfortable.
It's located right by the coastline.
Coast guards ship.
in 1986 Mikhail Gorbachev, Ronald Reagan, George Shultz and Eduard Shevardnadze gathered in this modest, seaside house in Reykjavik called ‘Hofdi House’ where they signed an agreement which ment the end of the Cold War.
Really an ideal place for signing a peace agreement.
The way they build roads in Reykjavík. They are being heated from underneath.
Beautiful nature all around us. You just can't feel that you are in the center of the city.
Absolutely no traffic at all.
Local Apple Store.
It's getting dark and cold so it's time to hit some pubs.
Center of a town has hundreds of small pubs and restaurants.
Since it's quite cold outside people are used to visit different public places.
Here is one of them.
Every place has its unique atmosphere.
Some polar bears outside.
Wall in one of the restaurants.
Beautiful bottle of water.
Perlan restaurant. It's 25.7 metres high. Perlan is situated on the hill Öskjuhlíð where there had been hot water storage tanks for decades. In 1991 the tanks were updated and a hemispherical structure placed on top.
It's time to go back home. Just look at the Northern skies.
I've never seen anything like this.
Some last islands.
Oil platforms between Norway and Iceland. This is where all the money comes from.
Closing in to Norway.
Looks like a volcano. I didn't know it is allowed to fly over them.
Goodbye Iceland. Thank you for the wonderful trip.comments powered by Disqus