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Iceland in late November - are things still open?

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I'm contemplating a visit to Iceland this year and was thinking of going over the Thanksgiving holidays (in other words, late November). I don't mind the cold, but I don't want to be completely frozen either - has winter set in by that time or is it still manageable? Also, will attractions, activities etc. be open at that time? I assume the summer is the peak season for tourist travel, but I don't want to go and not have anything be open.

Thanks in advance for any advice - I've already read lots of reviews and suggestions for Iceland, but couldn't find anything about going in November, so I worried about it being a bad time.

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