Tag Archives: Reykjavik

Resurrected From The Sea

One of the many exciting activities for travelers in Iceland is a whale watching trip. There are lots of options around the country, including sailings from Reykjavik, Akureyri, and Dalvik, but the most popular tours are out of Húsavik in the … Continue reading

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Every Airline Should Provide One

One of the perks of flying Icelandair for transatlantic passengers is the option for a free stopover in Iceland. Now the national carrier is offering to provide an individual travel friend during stopovers. February through April this year, flyers can … Continue reading

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Reykjavik in Winter

If you’ve been tempted by glossy travel magazines to pay a visit to Reykjavik during the winter season, you best take a look at this video first. Filmed by Austrian journalists Sarah Brugner and Michael Luger, the short film captures … Continue reading

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Don’t Call Me A Coffee Snob

I take my coffee seriously, but not to the level of the folks at the Specialty Coffee Association of America. The SCAA has been setting standards for the U.S. coffee market for the past three decades and offers guidance for … Continue reading

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Wish You Were Here

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Drone Day Tuesday

If you can’t travel this summer, you can at least take brief mini-vacations thanks to some very talented drone-operating videographers.

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