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The road movie is refitted for a charming spin around scenic Iceland in "Land Ho!," a serio-comedy of very modest ambition but a distinct character of its own.
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OAKBROOK, TERRACE, Ill. -- Iceland is a place of overwhelming beauty. It's at once desolately remote--NASA astronauts trained for landing on the moon here in the 1960s--and truly alive, as the ground steams, boils and bubbles, waterfalls roar at frightening speeds, and volcanoes sit ominously under their icecaps, decades overdue to erupt.
THIS beautiful town was destroyed by a huge volcanic eruption and now its ghostly ruins have started to emerge through the debris.
A new day in Iceland, a rainy day like the previous one ! The day before we had some sun in the evening and could enjoy the fantastic sceneries of Kerlingarfjoll mountains with a fantastic light, but that day we had rain all the day and could not make a lot of nice pictures ! The first place we visited on that raindy day was Gullfoss waterfall.
Gordon and the Torah racked up more than 75,000 miles on a circuit that covered bases as disparate as Reykjavik, Iceland and Bermuda.
The connection, from Belfast International Airport, will first take off on 12 December and will operate twice a week all year round.
This past spring at Iceland's annual DesignMarch festival, we stumbled across a box of salt that left a lasting impression.
The Republic of Iceland is planning its first euro-denominated bond sale since 2006, a shift away from the US dollar funding it relied on after its banking sector defaulted.
A sign reading "Pompei" points the way to an area destroyed by volcanic eruption on Iceland's Heimaey Island in 1973.
This is the artist's first show with the gallery. Peter Liversidge lives and works in London.
There are signs that the puffin stock in Iceland is at great risk again this year.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
A 26-year-old woman has been charged after allegedly attempting to smuggle heroin into Canada in a backpack with modified compartments.
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