I was the most worried about the public nekkidness. I'm loving all your posts. And I'd love to go there but I'd rather go very early in the morning so that there aren't that many people around. They were offering some smoothies that looked pretty yummy, too. Not my idea of paradise, but it helped when my sister Jessica, who was in need of a vacation, volunteered to explore with me. For the shy bunnies, here is something that you must know… the rule in Iceland is to shower prior to entering any swimming pool, including the Blue Lagoon … shower sans the swimsuit!
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Most people I know go to other hot springs nearby — to cut cost I suppose. In the end my friends and I just decided it was easiest to go with the flow and try not to think about it. In the US, the logic would be shower, get dressed, and then socialize, blow dry hair, apply makeup etc. Of course you save money by bringing your own towel. Once the lava-heated water has done its job of generating energy,.
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Myvatn Nature Baths in Northern Iceland and Laugervatn Fontana near the Golden Circle offer the hot spring experience in a relaxing environment and with a much better price point. Looking for traditional spas, hot springs, and saunas around the world to visit? If you have a lot money and time to spend, the luxury package is most definitely worth it. Polignano a Mare December 28, Like your husband the Blue Lagoon has been on my list for, no kidding, years! Icelandair will end its service to Barcelona in Spain in the summer of and add more flights to Madrid instead. Yep, we went to Iceland for eight days and never went to the Blue Lagoon.
Would you suggest going somewhere different? Are you heading to Iceland? I would love to visit there soon! It's a really big space, so after grabbing a beer at the little bar, we duck-walked from one hot spot to the next. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. And the showering nude thing would also not be mine and I'm not even American ; Nevertheless I guess it's just something you have to experience when in Iceland so I would definitely give it a try ;.