Snaefellsnes is the name of this volcano and the national park and peninsula that it sits on. This volcano is what inspired Jules Verne to right Journey to the Center of the earth. It is really beautiful and has a distinctive knobby top.
We drove around the peninsula and enjoyed all the sights along the way. This is a statue of a giant that guards this little town. It's pretty cool. It has a stone beard and face, that didn't turn out well in this pic due to lighting.
This turf house was a restaurant. We stopped for dessert because the bathroom was for customers only!
Back in Bogarnes, we went through the museum at the Settlement center. There were stories of settling Iceland and of Egil's Saga, which I had read before we went. They were illustrated with cool wooden art work.