This is Austurstræti, one of the main city-center streets of Reykjavik.
Here's the City Centre Hotel, where we spent the last three nights. This is a modest but comfortable 3-star hotel. Here's a picture that I think is our room or of a clone of it. It's not a five-star hotel, but we don't need that level of luxury. Having enough space, and a refrigerator, and a bathtub, and a place to store things, was more than we had in any of the other hotels on this stay. The only regret was paying near-rack rate of more than $300/night. Iceland isn't cheap, but I might have been able to have done better if I'd shopped around more.
The Laundromat Cafe was diagonally across the street from our hotel. It's a good thing that we weren't counting on using its coin laundry. (We'd done laundry on our first day in Belfast, the approximate halfway point on this trip.) There are apparently no other public laundries in Iceland, and this cafe-with-coin-laundry closed a few months ago with no obvious sigh of reopening.
In about an hour we check out of the hotel, after which we have an hour to kill before catching our bus to Keflavik Airport. That will get us there roughly three hours before our flight to SFO, but that's just as well, as we'll want more time than ever to clear Terrorization with Lisa's cold and the usual medical issues. Also, there's something she's interested in buying in the duty free area, and with our Saga class upgrade, we'll have use of the Saga lounge, which, as befits the Icelandair hub airport, is very nicely appointed.
After our first trip to Iceland two years ago, we said "that was nice, but we don't need to do it again." We were wrong. I hope we get a chance to come back, and possibly for a longer stay when neither of us is sick.