What are elements that characterize hot springs?
They trigger our five senses by the texture, smell and taste, but the color may be the easiest element to explain the attractiveness through blogs.
Today let us soak in emerald green water, which reminds us of the famous hot springs in Yellowstone National Park.
Read More New Mexico, Rating [3/5] Jemez Springs
The border between the United States and Mexico becomes the focus of attention because of the President Trump’s promise.
While dipping in the hot spring that is located nearly on the border, what do you see from the tub?
Read More Rating [2/5], Texas Lukewarm, Natural hot springs
Have you become curious about who soaked in a tub filled with spring water, before you use it?
If enough amount of water has been continuously poured, there would be no problems, but sometimes you may well feel uneasy.
Some of spa facilities with plenty of water, contrary to your concern, replace their water of private tubs every time people use it.
Read More New Mexico, Rating [3/5] Lodging, Private, Sauna, Truth or Consequences
Do you know one of the largest spa towns near Los Angeles?
It is Desert Hot Springs.
Such well-known town provides, beyond expectation, excellent hot spring water.
Read More California, Rating [3/5] Hottest, Lodging
Some hot springs are unforgettably impressive.
Numajiri Motoyu is one of them.
Do not attempt to go there because it is in the danger zone with poison gas.
Read More Japan, Rating [4/5] Hottest, Natural hot springs, Sulfur smell
Do you know a hot spring where is free of vanities?
This underground bathroom does not have even a window, and it may look barren.
However, the room reached the functional beauty, by pursuing goals for providing hot springs in the best condition…
Read More New Mexico, Rating [4/5] Lodging, Private, Straight out of the ground, Truth or Consequences
What do you think is the essence of tranquility?
It is two hours’ drive from Tucson to get to the spa facility with the philosophical name, Essence of Tranquility.
You find it entirely homemade-looking.
Read More Arizona, Rating [3/5] Lodging, Private
Do you want to spend a night in a cabin with hot springs, under a star-spangled sky?
Texas is about twice as large as Japan, but few hot springs can be founded.
In such state, there is a fantastic inn.
Read More Rating [2/5], Texas Lodging, Lukewarm, Private
Do you associate Florida with the beach resort?
It seems to be out of fashion.
A hot spring with rotten egg odor is waiting for you.
Read More Florida, Rating [3/5] Lukewarm, Straight out of the ground, Sulfur smell
It is 2.5 hours’ drive from San Diego to a picture-perfect oasis in the desert of Imperial Valley.
Warm water is gushing there without being known to the world.
Read More California, Rating [2/5] Lukewarm, Natural hot springs