Recently I've been to Iceland and the Pennines.
Points in common: moorland scenery, steam coming out of the ground.
Iceland: expensive but especially for booze as the Icelanders don't have an alcohol culture being more likely to drink coffee and Reykjavik is a touristy city which explains why it's so nice (although the outer 'burbs are as dismal as they are in, say, Bordeaux - I mention Bdx because I shared a flat in its cross-river suburbs for six months at age 20-21 and it was the most soulless place I've ever lived in. Resolved after that, that if I lived in a town I'd actually live in it not its outliers. Justified Kingston at the time by saying that it was a town unto itself but in the years since 2005 - really since 1998 or thereabouts - it's lost a lot of what gave it that individuality).
Iceland: also, geysers, waterfall, fermented shark. Recommended: Cafe Loki but not the Sea Baron which despite its reputation (apparently good) - a waterfront cafe restaurant it is not all that. It's ok but I don't see why the hype. Likewise the art galleries trail we went on was expensive and not as good as the small one-woman gallery near the port that we stumbled upon by chance. Whose artist reminded me not a little of my Kingston friend Hanna - her style is not the same but her approach is.
Icelandic language fascinated William Morris and JRR Tolkien if I remember correctly. Forms very long compound words.
Travelling was by A320 of Easyjet on the way out and B757 of Icelandair on the way back. Icelandair have an all-757 fleet having pre-banking fail experimented with 767s also.
Pictures are here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/chramies/sets/72157643665424484/
and here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/chramies/sets/72157643665381533/
Pennines: too much walking if you can have too much walking without it leading to actual injury (it didn't). Walking 10 miles round trip to buy farm eggs is pushing it a bit really. New word: swithering (I think): burning heather off a hillside. This looked alarming to the point that there were panicked questions asked. Small scale swithering being done led to the steam coming out of the ground in the Pennines also.