Living Like A Local In Reykjavik | Iceland

Day 5 In Iceland

Living Like A Local In Reykjavik

After nearly a week of pretty touristy adventures, I decided it was time to slow down and catch some of the local beat.

First of all, I needed groceries. Particularly Lucky Charms.

Bonus is the local grocery chain. Their logo is my favorite thing ever.

Bonus is the local grocery chain. Their logo is my favorite thing ever.

Okay so with the most tedious task taken care of, I had all day to roam around aimlessly, and I found some cool stuff!

Single Gloves speed dating

Single Gloves speed dating. I was too scared to try it.

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A shop selling merchandise for the upcoming Pride parade.

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Traditional Icelandic architecture

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Skúli Magnússon, “Father of Reykjavik” (1711-1794)

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While I was looking around, I found the CUTEST little cafe/bar!

She was giving him French Lessons! How cute!

She was giving him French Lessons! How cute!

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Not my favorite beer, but it was good!

Not my favorite beer, but it was good!

I still had one really fun activity planned for the day, but I needed some food first. Luckily I found an Italian-owned pizza place. They put cream cheese on the pizza, AND IT WAS AMAZING!! Who thought of that!?! Also, it just proves my theory that cream cheese makes everything better.

They put cream cheese on the pizza, AND IT WAS AMAZING!! Who thought of that!?! Also, it just proves my theory that cream cheese makes everything better.

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