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Iceland Help

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My husband and I are doing seven nights in Reykjavik in the first week of August. We rented an apartment so will be based in the Capitol and are looking to venture out for three of those days. there are a couple of things I would like to do but am unsure if they are feasible.
-is it possible given our location to get to a glacier?
-is there a place we can do whale watching outside of the Capitol. Somewhere we could get to by car or bus, leaving early in the morning and returning that night?
-we do have free parking at our apartment and I'm sure it's possible for us to rent a car. My biggest concern is finding an automatic. The other concern is that driving will be stressful (e.g. Lots of tour busses , getting lost, high mountain roads).
Thanks for your help!

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