Gudny's husband, Arni, was waiting for us in the morning when we arrived from the airport (we had booked the night before, because of our early arrival). He wanted to make sure we could make it up the hill in the winter snow to their home (no problem, we had a 4x4). They invited us into their wonderful home and family, and immediately started making us a late breakfast. It was very large and delicious. Toast, butter, jam, fresh tomato and cucumber, ham and cheese, bacon and eggs, and late, plus bottomless coffee and tea. They were so kind, easy-going, and nice. We had great conversation with them, then needed a nap from the jetlag. After that, we awoke (after the sunrise) and saw how beautiful the area around their house was. It was like a Bob Ross painting, surrounded by snow covered mountains (even if they consider them hills). Then, they went over where to park and how to get places in downtown Reykjavik (which is very, very close by the way! About 25 minutes or so) for New Year's Eve. They gave us so much information, and it was extremely helpful and appreciated. They gave us protective glasses (for the fireworks... in case other people were lighting them off after a few drinks) and a thermos full of coffee. We left a bit later for dinner, only because we were having such a good time talking with them (but still made it on time). After jetlag, NYE, and little sleep... we slept in very late on New Year's Day. Not an issue, they were so accommodating. So we basically had brunch verging on lunch, before we had to leave. Overall, they were lovely and a fantastic introduction to Iceland. The type of people who you just want to be friends with. We knew them for a little over 27 hours and we felt ourselves being slightly upset we only had a day of our trip booked with them. But who was to know? Maybe you now!