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2010-06-16 12:00:00

NEW YORK, June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- The Blue Lagoon spa in Iceland will host a special date and the Rose ceremony in the fifth episode of The Bachelorette on Monday, June 21. The episode will cover a unique group date taking place in the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa and the Rose ceremony at Blue Lagoon's Lava restaurant overlooking the picturesque Blue Lagoon. With the newest Bachelorette, Ali Fedotowsky, heartbroken after choosing her job over a shot at true love during the last season of The...

2008-10-13 03:00:22

By Pamela Hale-Burns RELATED L.B. council to eye lagoon, Marina Vista Park project The Colorado Lagoon remained closed on Sunday after a closure was issued Saturday due to a sewage overflow that reached the lagoon. According to the Health Department, about 1,200 gallons of raw sewage flowed through the storm system and into the lagoon. The overflow was possibly due to a grease plug in the line. "This one (spill) doesn't affect us too much because it's starting to go into the off...

2008-06-21 12:00:15

Last week my husband and I bought season passes to Lagoon so that we might entertain our 3-year-old boy this summer. On the morning we bought the passes, our kid wanted to ride the train over and over and over again. We must have gone more than 10 times and got to see the animals on the "zoo" portion again and again. We noticed that the tigers were extremely agitated by the train every time we came around and usually would even roar at us. The next animal was even more pitiful. We never saw...


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