My family will be arriving in Reykjavik in three weeks. For our vacation, we have pre-booked tours to the South Coast, Golden Circle and Snaefellsnes. My question pertains to our arrival day. We should arrive in Reykjavik by 8:30am. Our hotel will store our luggage. Once we arrive, we will have breakfast. We have dinner reservations at 6:00pm. Will we have time to do the following (at a leisurely pace) after breakfast and before dinner: go to Solfar, then walk to Hofdi House, then go to Iceland Phallogogical Museum, then go to Hallgrimskirkja (we would like to take the elevator to view the overlook of the city), stop at Braud & Co. (to buy cinnamon rolls), stop at Fotografi (to buy a few souvenir photographs), go to Lake Tjornin (walk around the perimeter of the lake), go to Reykjavik 871 +/- 2, stop at Bonus by Ingolfsstraeti and Hallveigarstigur to buy lunch/snacks for upcoming tours, go back to centrally located hotel on Hverfisgata to check in and drop off purchases and finally go to Harpa? If this is not doable, what would you recommend eliminating? If this is not enough, is there anything that you would add? Also, we really appreciate street art. If there are any pieces that you can recommend that we should stop at, we would be very appreciative.