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Planning June 10-19 in Iceland.

June 11 - Saturday - First day - pickup car and begin the Ring Road trip.
June 17 and 18 - Fri and Sat nights - stay in Keflavik at the Blue Lagoon Clinic before flying home on Sunday.

Does anyone think it would be too much to try to complete the Ring Road Saturday by Friday?

Does it matter which direction we take - clockwise or counter-clockwise?

Do we need a GPS?

What is the speedlimit?

How many miles could we comfortably complete each day?

I am a photographer and plan to make many stops for photos.

THANKS

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