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Icleand De-Golden Arched - Turn Out the Lights?

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With much fanfare the McDonald's Corp has decided to close down its three Reykyavik locations - and thus leaving Iceland all together (unless there is some other city with one, doubtful i would think since there are practically no other proper cities in Iceland i think)

A reason given on NPR was that the cost of a Big Mac was now $6.50 in Icelandic Kroner and with the economic crash that was out of reach of folks normally going to fast food for cheap food as well.

Q - When McDonalds closes up shop is that like vultures circling overhead?

And is there any alternative for cheaper coffee and fast food in town now that Rykyavik has been de-arched?

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