- published: 13 Aug 2013
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On a recent visit to Iceland, I noticed how unique and interesting the coffee shop culture is. The vibe is youthful but slow, people enjoy themselves and take time to drink a coffee, browse the web and catch up with friends. The scenery is beautiful and even in the heart of a not-so-crowded city centre, there is beauty all around. The people I met in these coffee shops are also very interesting. I met a guy from Switzerland who was on a cycling holiday around Iceland - very interesting to chat to over a cup of coffee and slice of cake. One of the featured cafes: The Laundromat Cafe http://www.thelaundromatcafe.com/en/about-laundromat-cafe Music: Super Love - Macroform
Café Loki is located in front of the largest church of Iceland (Hallgrimskirkja), just a five minutes walk from the Reykjavik center. With a beautiful view of Hallgrimskirkja, Café Loki is the perfect place to enjoy some traditional homemade Icelandic food at reasonable prices. Loki is a family owned restaurant run by Hrönn and her husband Thorolfur. The restaurant's cuisine is inspired by traditional Icelandic recipes passed on from one generation to the next. Loki offers a variety of combination platters so you can taste all of the best food that Iceland has to offer, such as rye bread with fish stew and smoked trout, or dry fish and a bit of shark meat which has a potent and memorable taste. Loki's renowned pastries include pancakes and the delicious bows "kleina" and loveball "á...
Ultimate 13 hidden secrets, things to do and best places to visit in Reykjavik. My travel guide is loaded with tips for Iceland which I carefully selected. You won't believe number #7 -- Can we make it to 1,000 LIKES? --- Complete list: http://www.reformatt.com/13-travel-tips-iceland Trust me, Iceland has a lot more to offer besides natural beauty and breathtaking scenery. The best time to visit Iceland is either in early February to see the Northern Lights or mid-summer for the Icelandic music festivals. 1. Start off at Cafe Loki and try their incredible Icelandic lamp soup, herring sandwich and rye bread ice cream. 2. Hallgrimskirkja, the famous church in Reykjavik, known for its unique architecture and mesmerizing view of the city. 3. Harpa, the unique concert and event venue, kn...
We are proud to announce the newest addition to the Hard Rock Cafe family - Reykjavik, Iceland. This spectacular cafe is located in the very heart of downtown Reykjavik. The three-floor, 1000 square-meter cafe includes indoor seating for 260 guests, an upscale vibrant bar, a ground-floor rock shop and a live entertainment space in the basement featuring performances by artists representing Reykjavik’s unique local music scene.
In for a ice coffee and cocoa last night in Iceland
We took a "double take" when we were walking by "The Laundromat Cafe", while on holiday here, in Reykjavik, Iceland. The sign out front said "Go Ahead & Breastfeed, We Like Both Babies And Boobs!". Since it was dinnertime, we thought it best to discreetly go inside, have a meal & "check it out". http://www.icelandguest.com/travel-guide/dining/cafes-and-bars/the-laundromat-cafe/ http://blondebutbright.blogspot.com/2011/09/reykjaviks-laundromat-cafe.html http://www.thelaundromatcafe.com/da . . .
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See Icelanders enjoying summer on Laugavegor in Reykjavik. Laugavegur Street is full of shops, restaurants and cafes in downtown Reykjavík .On Friday and Saturday Laugavergur street is a great place to people watch. Laugevergur, means wash road, because the street once led to hot springs where people washed therein clothiers. Today the street is popular with tourists and locals.