Was watching The Wonder List on CNN last week and the place featured was Iceland. Looked interesting, and a place few people seem to travel to. So I got online and found direct flights in November for a mere $610 roundtrip for a direct flight, with good flight times to boot. I realize the days are "short" in November (sunrise around 9:30-10:00 AM, sunset around 4:00 PM, which isn't THAT much shorter than the Twin Cities (8ish to 4:30ish) and it's "cold" in November (average lows of 30F-35F which is a cakewalk). This may be why it's so cheap though, but that's fine. Anyone been? What's good, what's bad, what's worth seeing/skipping? This would be a solo trip for around a week, based out of Reykjavik of course. Am fine doing day trips for nature stuff or whatever outside the city. I hear Reykjavik knows how to party at night too?