Do you know the word, acculturation?
Acculturation is the process of social, psychological, and cultural change that stems from blending between cultures.
A spa city near Los Angeles, Lake Elsinore has several hot spring facilities mainly maintained by Korean community.
I believe this place has a major role in acculturation among American people.
The largest lake in the Southern California, Lake Elsinore used to a popular cottage area for Hollywood stars in the early 1900s.
During World War II, and this big lake was used for the testing fort seaplanes, and even now you can see plenty of water.
Lakeside spa city
It is only ten minutes’ walk from another spa facility, House of Siloam.
At Lake Elsinore Hot Springs Motel too, you can enjoy the unique water that has strong smell of hydrogen sulfide.
Here is the indoor bath, and you will find completely same tiles are used as House of Siloam.
Unfortunately, the not good use of spring water looks also similar and you can hardly find fresh spring water provided into the tub.
When you go outside, you will see a big pool.
The water of the pool is not spring water, but in the back, there is a hot tub filled with free-flowing spring water.
Through the characteristic water outlet, even though the amount is small, hot spring water is always provided to the tub.
On that regard, Lake Elsinore Hot Springs Motel looks superior to House of Siloam.
At the shower room near the indoor bath, you can take a shower using the spring water.
The place where you can hog the great water is, unfortunately lacking in cleanliness.
In the damp room, I had to struggle against a giant cockroach.
I believe this spa city where is easy to access from the urban area has a major role in acculturation.
If a spa facility is clean and comfortable, American people’s fixed thinking that hydrogen sulfide is bad smell may gradually change.
Free-flowing spring water
Lack of cleanliness at the shower room
|Lake Elsinore Hot Springs Motel, Lake Elsinore, California, USA|