A Day on the Town

We walked all over Reykjavik today (not sure how many miles) starting out by checking out of the condo and grabbing croissants and morning buns at a great little place where they were making the pastries before our eyes. We wandered around and visited the National Gallery and National Museum, city hall, fashion and shopping district.
We got the history of Iceland  down but we are butchering the language. It’s really hard to pronounce Icelandic. Most people we have met speak English so far it’s been easy to communicate. After a free jazz concert at the Harpa Concert Hall, dinner at a small place that served soup in bread bowl then back to our hotel. I’m exhausted.

Tomorrow out to the country

Photos left to right. Broud & Co., Typical architecture, Andy meets a local,  What to watch for out in the mountains!

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2 thoughts on “A Day on the Town

  1. Patty thank you for the update. sounds like you guys are having a good time. Talk to you soon. Jess

    On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 3:52 PM, PATRICIA BRUVRY ARTS wrote:

    > pbruvry posted: “We walked all over Reykjavik today (not sure how many > miles) starting out by checking out of the condo and grabbing croissants > and morning buns at a great little place where they were making the > pastries before our eyes. We wandered around and visited the” >

  2. Anything to get out of the heat, huh? Let the cold times roll.

    On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 3:52 PM, PATRICIA BRUVRY ARTS wrote:

    > pbruvry posted: “We walked all over Reykjavik today (not sure how many > miles) starting out by checking out of the condo and grabbing croissants > and morning buns at a great little place where they were making the > pastries before our eyes. We wandered around and visited the” >

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