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Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
Iceland presentation!
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Iceland presentation!

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By Jesper, Amy, Emily and Hunter.

By Jesper, Amy, Emily and Hunter.

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    • 1. Some interesting facts about Iceland/Icelanders.One in ten Icelanders publish a book of prose during their lifetime. They have four Mexican restaurants. All next to each other. Iceland and Greenland should switch names.
    • 2. Hotel 101. Blue Lagoon. LAVA/bar Soap, June 17th.
    • 3. Hallgrímskirkja Kraum/Laugavegur
    • 4. The Golden Circle The proper good-bye goes like this: Þingvellir/Thingvellir The National Park. GeysirThe first geyser ever mentioned, in which all geysers are named after. Gullfoss The waterfall of beauty.
    • 5. Vatnajökull > The world’s largest National Park.Established in 2008 – covering 12% of Iceland. The world’s largest Glacier.Four visitor centers done in 2012.
    • 6. Snæfellsjökull >
    • 7. Þingvellir/Thingvellir
    • 8. Centerhotel Thingholt Contemporary styleinspired by Icelandic Viking Fest Go dance, drink and look fabulous. Be a viking for a day. This is what it’s all about.
    • 9. Ride Away. Horse and quad riding through lava fields – the perfectbeauty and beast combo through Iceland’s surroundings.
    • 10. Go pub crawling every Friday and Saturday. It’s called, “Runtur”, which means round trip. > 11pm - 5.30am.
    • 11. Perlan > A There’s no beach like a rotating black beach.restaurant. page 22
    • 12. Tradition. They eat pancakes, speak a language based on Norse and still believe in elves. Vikings. There’s a crazy outlandish festival every Junewhere people dress up and play games (partying).There are old villages that still use manual labor for everything. No iPhones.
    • 13. Art. Take a walk downtown and visit ‘Kling and Bang‘, ‘Gallerí Fold’ and ‘Nema Hvao’. Music. >Björk. Sigur Rós. múm.Listen to blues, jazz orclassical music. There are festivals for everyone.
    • 14. There shall be peace.From a human standpoint, Iceland is a model for other nations. No army. No navy. No air force. Equal rights. Peace Tower. Björk + Reykjavik = Green. Page 3
    • 15. Selling Points.
    • 16. Promotion/s.
    • 17. Promotion/s

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