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Iceland for a week in September

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Hi There!

My husband and I are contemplating a trip to Iceland September 23-30, and I have some questions:

1. what kind of weather can I expect then?
2. any itinerary suggestions?

We aren't sure how we want to do this yet - I know we want to spend a fair amount of time exploring, and seeing the fantastic landscape. should we:

1. rent a cabin somewhere for the week and do day trips via rental car?
2. spend a few nights at hotels in various towns?
3. rent a camper?
4. stay in the capital and do organized tours?
5. something I haven't thought of???

We are very independent and seasoned travelers and are young and healthy. We don't want to spend a ton of money, but can afford a comfortable trip (no hostels, etc., but no luxury hotels either).

Any advice would be super!

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