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near Reykjavík, Höfuðborgarsvæði (Lýðveldið Ísland)
Gljúfrasteinn was the home of our Nobel Price winner in Literature 1955, Halldór Laxnes. The house was converted into a museum, where the author´s mome is preserved just as it was when he lived and worked there. We biked on trail by highway 1 on the way there and by the ocean on the way back.
starting point by our soccer station
Here you cross the road to the trail behind the gas station
Here you go under the bridge on a bridge that hangs from the road bridge.
Those stones are said to be home of elves and were in the middle of the road when they were making it, but they got permission from the elves to move it to were it is now.
Í mosfellsdal geting close to the authors home.
River by the home of Laxnes.
Here you turn on the way back, you go under highway 1 and then the trail goes by the ocean.
River Korpa, that divides Reykjavík and Mosfellsbær.
Here I ended the trip by the handball palace close to were it started.