Iceland, Reykjavik, Blue Lagoon

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#1
Kansas City, MO
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Anyone who has been to Reykjavik, Iceland, and gone to the Blue Laggoon on your own remember how to get there by bus? Do you recall the bus number? Where does the ship dock in Reykjavik in relation to the city? Is it walkable?
We will be there in July from an Oceania cruise.
#2
washington, dc
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Joined Feb 2003
Susiesan -

If you go to the Blue Lagoon, make sure you bring hair conditioner with you to use after your swim. There's something about the minerals in the water that turned my hair into an absolute rats-nest ... couldn't get a comb through it until a random stranger loaned me her conditioner.

(sorry, that doesn't answer your questions.)

-J
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We went to the Blue Lagoon 2 years ago. It is quite isolated and well away from Reykavik and I don't recall seeing a regular bus service.
It is probably easier to book a tour in town which will have set times for departure and return.