enjoyed a very nice cup of coffee and the hot chocolate was very much enjoyed by my wife and then went into see the film. The film was very informative and was blown away by the volcano erruptions that destroyed the island back in the 70's, its an amazing testament to how Icelanders have to deal with the almighty power or mother nature and work with her to survive. The other film was also well shot and showed some breath taking views. The setting wasnt as nice as cinema No 2 just round the corner and the films were more documentary but still had a good time.
One thing i didnt realise was that i had to pay as there were no signs or information i could see in the building and the door to the cinema was just open to walk into so we did after our drinks and when we left we did feel like we were hoodwinked abit as it is quite pricey to see and if we had known the price im not sure i would have viewed the films. We only found out we had to pay when we were about to walk out of cafe and the lady shouted at us to stop. Was very embarassing as im no criminal and would never try to cheat a business out of money intentionaly. Still happy to reccomend it but just a heads up you have to pay either before or after and its not the cheapest or the best setting to see films about volcanos in Reykjavik. but deffo go for the coffee and cake!!!!
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