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5 reasons I'm dying to go to Iceland in 2015 (Game of Thrones filming locations, the Northern Lights, blue lagoon iceland...)

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from The Travelbunny

Tips for Visiting Reykjavik - Iceland's Capital of Cool

Tips for Visiting Reykjavik - what to see in Reykjavik, what to do, where to go and how to get there from the airport...

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10 reasons why you should travel to Iceland in the winter. Get cheap flights from Europe and USA with WOW air (wowair.com)

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Like the use of typography in this advert, not sure if it would be fit for purpose in my project though.

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from The Brave Little Cheesehead

6 Things You Need to Know before Going to Iceland's Blue Lagoon

6 Things you should know before visiting Iceland's Blue Lagoon. If you ask anyone what to do in Iceland, I guarantee the first thing they'll say is to take a trip to the Blue Lagoon. Just a short drive outside of Reykjavik, the Blue Lagoon is a great, easy day trip from the city, but there are a few things you should know while planning your trip.

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from About.com Travel

The Best Free Things in Reykjavik, Iceland

The 10 Best Free Things in Reykjavik, Iceland: Free Visit to Reykjavik's Perlan

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Svartifoss Vertical... I would love to have a shower there... and just hang out for the summer and have a picnic there!

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from Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Southeast Asia Travel Guide

A comprehensive budget travel guide to Southeast Asia with tips and advice on things to do, see, ways to save money, and cost information.

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Kirkjufellsfoss, Iceland. Just WOW! Find cheap flights to Iceland with WOW air (wowair.com) #iceland #wowair #travel

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"Don’t just ‘pass through’ Seyðisfjörður – if you can take the time, have a look around the town and the fjord. Start with the wooden buildings, each with its own unique history. Highlights include the warehouses by the harbour and the town’s oldest home Nóatún (1871) at Bjólsfata 4. The pretty, pale-blue church was built in 1922 using timber rescued from the previous 19th-century church that was blown off its foundations." Iceland: the Bradt Guide; www.bradtguides.com

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