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We are landing at midnight and trust there is a shuttle to the B&B Keflavik? We depart at 5:30 pm, so should be at the airport again by 3:30? Blue Lagoon was recommended, then saw another thread where it was described as a tourist trap, other hot baths quieter, less crowded, much less expensive.

More important than price is transportation. How do we get from the B&B to wherever and back to the airport? We can afford a car but hate to waste money if there are alternatives. If it must be a car, then we want to reserve one soon!

Steve and Judy in Massachusetts, Paris bound on IcelandAir.

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