Keflavik International Airport

This hotel was definitely not comfortable! We had to sleep on the airport’s chairs. And if we were able to sleep, it as only for a while because the airport’s loud noises would wake us up. When it was time to board our flight, were very happy. Finally, we were going to sleep.

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Grindavik

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We almost forgot to mention the camping site that welcomed us in Grindavik. I guess we had better memories to make than the one about camping (especially since we went to the Blue Lagoon during our stay there).
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Mill little farm

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We stayed in Mill Little Farm for a week. Christine was our host. There was one single-sized bed and one double-sized bed. So, there was enough space for everyone. Everything about this place was cozy and warm. Our beds were very comfortable; there was a nice little kitchen where we all cooked dinner and supper; and there were two nice and relaxing places to drink coffee or tea.

Stay Apartments Eiholt

This hotel was also quite expensive for a night but it was close to every activity we did. It was also near the BSI bus terminal, a station we had to go to at the end of the day in order to head to the Keflavik International Airport.

Our Favourite Websites

  • Tripadvisor: from food to lodging to activities, it’s a  traveler’s best friend.
  • Airbnb: meeting new people by sleeping in their homes, it’s a great way to save some money.
  • Wwoofing: working a little in echange for homemade meals and a roof over our heads, you got a deal!
  • Trivago: comparing hotels’ prices and bringing them all at one place makes you save a WHOLE lot of time, believe me.
  • Ret Tag and CheapOair: listing all the flight companies available from the least to the most expensive will make you want to kiss your computer screen.