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Iceland!!!!
Iceland!!!!
Iceland!!!!
Iceland!!!!
Iceland!!!!
Iceland!!!!
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Iceland!!!!

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  • 1. WELCOME TO MY PRESENTATION
  • 2. Iceland !!!! Seljalandsfoss waterfall is unusual in that you can walk behind it.
  • 3. Boat chase This can be the best for boat racing because it has got amazing facilities for a boat chase. You can start in calm water and go through rocky waters.
  • 4. Dining This café is the best for the main characters to have dinner. It called Kaffihus cafe. And in the café there is a bar so if one of the character. Iceland’s main food is fish because they are a island. There is a lot of different fish in Iceland and not in Portsmouth . Kaffihus café
  • 5. Why should you visit? A warm bath in the Blue Lagoon is the experience of a lifetime. Culture Night, a yearly festival and a great happening. Whale Watching Take part in an adventure at sea with an unforgettable trip into the world of whales and sea birds. The various types of whales commonly sighted include minke whales, white-beaked dolphins, harbour porpoises and the popular humpback whales.
  • 6. Map
  • 7. Swimming Pools The big swimming pool in Kópavogur town. Swimming Swimming is a very popular activity all year round in Iceland. Most towns and villages have outdoor or indoor swimming pools filled with water from natural hot springs. The average temperature of the water in the pools is about 29 degrees Celsius. In many places there are also saunas, a jacuzzi, solariums and hot pots with temperatures ranging from 36 to 44 degrees Celsius.
  • 8. HOTELS CENTERHOTELS GRAND HOTEL REYKJAVIK HOTEL REYKJAVIK HOTEL ÓÐINSVÉ

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