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Hidden Iceland: Avoiding the Crowds

By Everett Potter

Iceland has been a trendy, go-to destination for a while, and it’s not hard to see why. There are geothermal spas, glaciers and fjords to explore, not to mention an intense nightlife in the capital city of Reykjavik. It’s an exotic cocktail that’s just 5 hours and change from New York, making it a favorite long weekend getaway for millennials in particular. But with popularity comes overcrowding, a problem that Iceland is currently grappling with. So when I came across Hidden Iceland, whose mission statement, more or less, is “We do everything we can to avoid the crowds without missing the must see places along the way,” I was intrigued. I sought out Ryan Connolly, the company’s co-owner, for a little enlightening … continue reading

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2 Comments

  1. Joanie Donohue Wegemann
    December 18, 2018 at 8:03 am — Reply

    Earlier this fall, I read Everett’s Potter review of the Connaught Hotel Bar in London. My daughter and I spent 9 days in London for the Christmas season. It was my first trip to that beautiful city.

    On the last night there, we found the Connaught. It was truly as lovely as Everett Potter described it. The drinks were fabulous and the atmosphere was reserved but festive. The service was impeccable. I am so glad Everett Potter reviewed this gorgeous hotel bar. My millenial and I felt quite pampered, just having a sit, a drink, and a lovely conversation. Thank you Everett, for sharing your experiences with all of us .

    • January 3, 2019 at 10:58 am — Reply

      Thanks Joanie, glad you had a great time!

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