A Day in Reykjavik – Two Weeks in Iceland Travel Vlog

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A Day in Reykjavik - Two Weeks in Iceland Travel Vlog

Part 1 of our Iceland Travel Vlog Series – Two Weeks in Iceland

Very exciting news, guys! We’ve got the first part of our Iceland travel vlog series ready for your viewing pleasure. This was actually our second day in Iceland. Our first day involved wandering around like zombies with jet lag, collapsing at our apartment, napping until 9:00 at night, and cooking a meal at our place. There wasn’t really anything video-worthy about that day, trust me.

The second day of our trip was really our first day of adventure. This video is all about arriving in Iceland and exploring Reykjavik for the day. We stumbled upon all kinds of neat places. Justin and I discovered intriguing street art. We went to the top of Hallgrimskirkja church for an outstanding view of the city. The two of us walked along the harborfront, admiring the Sun Voyager statue. Harpa, the concert hall, was a highlight of our day in Rekjavik.

Anyway, I won’t give it all away. Please give it a watch for a sense of what we did while we were in Reykjavik! I hope you enjoy part one of our Iceland travel vlog series. Feel free to ask any questions that you might have in the comments box below.



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3 Responses

  1. Miss Apple
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    Amazing. There’s so much cool stuff to do in Iceland that some people forget that Reykjavík is a pretty amazing city in it’s own right. I wrote all about taking advantage of the cool vibe in Reykjavík in my blog. You might dog it too: https://missappleabroad.com/2016/02/22/best-places-to-eat-and-drink-in-reykjavik/

  2. Cathy
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    I love all the street art! Iceland is in our top 5, can’t wait to go!
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  3. Rob+Ann @TravelLatte(.net)
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    That’s awesome! That church is beautiful – and so iconic. Good for you for at least trying to pronounce it – you are braver than we are! Looking forward to Part 2!
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