Talk about a backyard with a view.
Originally Appeared on Condé Nast Traveler
About 80 miles west of Reykjavik, this cottage sits in the middle of a near-empty valley, surrounded by mountains, seemingly endless tundra, and the occasional arctic fox. The traditional home comes with wood stove and well-equipped kitchen, plus a sleeping attic with two beds. If you can pull yourself out into the cold, you'll be rewarded with centuries-old hiking trails, bird watching at nearby fjords, and even some of those famous Iceland waterfalls.
Book now: $190 per night, airbnb.com
阿桂: Farage is right that those singers and actors are hardly the kind of experts to tell us whom to vote for. They had better just do what they are best for rather than influencing electorates. The Tory cannot deny the fact that those some Labour voters voted for the Brexit Party thus paved the way for Tory‘s victories in some constituencies even though the Brexit Party did not pick up any seats. If Boris Johnson is grateful, he should make Farage a peer. Let Farage fight for the Brexit causes in the Lords!