And the beautiful Icelandic horses
And a fascinating lake made by a small lava or maybe gas explosion:
We also stopped at historic site, I what was once the most densely populated part of,Iceland...circa 1500. Now there is an excavation, a new church building and a small turf-roof chapel where the bishops residence would have been.
Here is the church, and one of the lovely stained glass windows inside.
And this is the chapel:
And that was about it for our day. Well, we did get a coule more songs on the long ride back to Keflavik. We were treated to a stirring rendition of "O Solo Mio"....not bad, but Pavorroti has nothing to worry about.
We got back,to our hotel around 5:30. We went to a nearby restaurant, called Rain, for dinner, and ate lobster soup and roast lamb tenderloin. It was quite tasty.