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Self-driving in Iceland

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Hi!

My family and i are planning a trip to Iceland in October 2015. Really appreciate if we could get some advice on self-driving in this beautiful country!

This is our first time embarking on a self-drive trip overseas! Was wondering whether it is recommended to use an apartment in Reyjavik as a base to explore the surrounding countryside? Is it practical to drive back to Reyjavik from our daily destination every evening?

Or is it better for us to book and stay at different places along our drive?

What are the recommended and fairly easy places/sights to drive to?

Thanks in advance!

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