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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was about 25 degrees. As an editorial note: Iceland seems to really have their tourism act together. The Blue Lagoon was as high tech as Disney. They provided you with a scannable wrist band on entry. You put your stuff in a locker and scanned the wrist band to lock. You could even charge drinks to the wristband and pay latter. Anyway, we stripped down, took the required shower, suited up and went to the pool. You could either enter the pool indoor ...
... a cyclone of steam. The first time it burst I jumped in the air-luckily I caught my balance, otherwise that could have been fall number two.
After the Geysir, we went travelling to Eden or the shopping centre which was built over Eden. The Icelandic people believe that the Garden of Eden(where Adam and Eve lived) was in Iceland. They have a legend about the people called the hidden folk. The hidden folk sound like fair folk(Ireland). They can work miracles for people they ...
... Finally we near the eruption site. All of us are looking back and forth, not sure which side will come up first. It's my side! I won the first toss! We see a massive black lava field first and then a bright glow comes into view with a huge ash and smoke plume leading away from it. As we get closer, we can see rivers ...
... more like a town! No high rises, no 3 lane roads, just cute little buildings! We passed ever type of restaurant .... Mexican, Indian, Italian, Turkish, English and Irish pubs, French cafes and finally somewhere that sold Icelandic fish dishes that didn't cost £30 each!!! They weren't lying when they said food was expensive..... Sheeps head at the busstation for £5 did not appeal!! Geysir bistro was our end ...
... back in Reykjavik it was dark so we decided to go to the Icelandic Phallological Museum. This was pretty weird and not really "Icelandic" but we had a laugh. Over 200 penis' and parts belonging to various types of animals and one human one. Even one from a polar bear! The museum didn't take long to go around so we got back to our hotel where we had a rest before dinner. The hot water in the showers has a really strong rotten egg smell, apparently most of ...