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My Queer Holiday in Iceland: Glaciers, Waterfalls, and a Gay Pop Star

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The first time I set foot on the island, I was on a mission to see the elusive northern lights. While they evaded me during that visit, this time was different.

I didn’t see Aurora dancing through the sky, but I did see a hint of the lights, enough to make me stop and stare in awe of their beauty.

Book your stay at the Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel. part of the Curio Collection by Hilton.Our spacious room  included a walk-in shower, king bed with ultra-luxurious linens as well as a seating area.

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