Do you think a hot spring upwelling from the ground is valuable?
Such kind of springs would be rare, because in general, only one tub can be placed right above the source of a spring.
First, I would like to introduce a nice café in Truth or Consequences.
Passion Pie Café is always full of local customers.
This place’s specialty is a quiche.
The texture is so soft and delicate that may breakdown the stereotype that American food tends to be flat-tasting.
Only for Walk-in
Until recently, this facility only for walk-in was open under the name of Hay-Yo-Kay Hot Springs.
As per the new name, La Paloma Too, the owner of the inn next door, La Paloma Hot Springs & Spa, took over the place.
As is often the case with hot springs upwelling from the ground, the building is at a level lower than streets.
The rate is $7 for 30 minutes’ soak, and $12 for an hour; the same as the inn next door.
Water temperature per tub is indicated on a white board, and it is a little bit hotter than the inn.
It is amazing that there are so many (seven) private baths, which means plentiful water!
Here is one of the smallest rooms.
It seems curious to have a soak in such small tub, after driving vast extent of land.
The structure of bathrooms is similar to the inn next door, but it seems more old-fashioned.
Here is one of the largest ones.
A hot spring maniac should be impressed by the spring upwelling from the ground, cobbled with small stones.
However, this place pales by comparison to the beautiful inn next door.
The worst thing was “healing” music played from beginning to end.
In my opinion, sound is one of the most important elements of hot springs.
It would be relaxing to enjoy the sound of stream overflowing from a tub, but this place seems to make light of such element of hot springs.
A little bit hotter water than the inn next door
Need for differentiation in a positive sense
|La Paloma Too, Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, USA|
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With all faults, the tubs cobbled with stones are attractive.
Clear and colorless water looks the best with cobbled stones.