Soakers in the Eastern United States may recall a famous spa city near New York, when hearing the name of a place, Saratoga.
Another Saratoga hot spring is located 1,800 miles in the west, in the State of Wyoming.
Read more Rating [3/5], Wyoming Lodging, Lukewarm, Private
The road to the hottest spring in Arizona is thoroughly destroyed by flash flood.
Scalding water in 180 degrees F water is gushing in the remote area.
Read more Arizona, Rating [1/5] Hottest, Natural hot springs
A spa city in the United States has eight bathhouses.
In fact, only two are in business.
Take a trip to Hot Springs, where symbolizes the flourishing culture of bathing and its decadence.
Read more Arkansas, Rating [2/5] Hottest, Lodging, Private
Many hotels in the United States are under chain managements.
Low-end brands are suitable for tourists who do not put much value on the accommodation and service, but want to secure the security.
Days Inn is one of such hotel chains, but this Days Inn looks unique.
Read more Rating [4/5], Wyoming Hottest, Lodging, Sulfur smell
Are you interested in a truly secluded hot spring?
Nowadays google tells us even a little-known hot spring deep in the mountains.
It may not be a truly secluded hot spring.
Read more New Mexico, Rating [5/5] Gila Hot Springs, Hottest, Natural hot springs
If you are interested in an elegant a holiday, what about a winery tour in California?
You can enjoy even dipping in a hot spring at Paso Robles.
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Have you ever made a donation?
Every year, the amount of donations by individual in the United States becomes more than a hundred times larger than that of Japan.
One of the reasons is the difference in tax system, but the cultural difference must affect it.
Read more Rating [5/5], Wyoming Hottest, Straight out of the ground, Sulfur smell
Are mineral springs in the United States doomed to extinction?
There are few places providing mineral springs water in the Southern United States.
However, when looking at the history, you will notice some places fell into a decline due to advance in medical technology and diversified leisures.
Visit the last hot spring in the state of Tennessee.
Read more Rating [2/5], Tennessee Lodging, Lukewarm, Private, Sulfur smell
Why do most Japanese people love hot springs?
Dipping in a natural hot springs, I assume that one of the reasons may be the religious idea.
Read more California, Rating [4/5] Hottest, Natural hot springs, Sauna
In Yellowstone National Park, it impossible to find a spa facility where uses the mineral water.
However, in a nearby town, there is a publicly owned bathhouse at no fee.
Read more Rating [3/5], Wyoming Sulfur smell