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.
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What do you think is American public bathhouse like?
In Yellowstone National Park, unfortunately, you cannot find spa facilities using the mineral water.
However, in a nearby town, there is a publicly owned bathhouse at no fee.
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Do you know what a travertine is?
At a hot spring where the spectacular travertine is worth the name, appreciate the nature.
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Are popular things always excellent?
Acting on one’s value sometimes accompanies with loneliness.
At a backwoods hot spring, consider what it is to live.
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What is the relationship between hot springs and earthquakes?
You may easily imagine that in case of volcanic earthquakes, the magma heats the groundwater.
However, in case of earthquakes caused by a slip of a fault, do they have any relevance?
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Where do you think is the most popular hot springs in the United States among the Japanese, who are known as hot springs lovers?
Sycamore Mineral Springs should be put at the top of the list.
This hot springs hotel seems to have almost all things that the Japanese dream of about hot springs.
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Do you know the relationship between hot springs and winter sports?
Skiing and snowboarding in winter mountains and hot springs that heat up cold body seem to be made for each other.
It is true in California.
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What did you see in a dream last night?
A scene in a dream are often unrealistic, and sometimes depressingly beautiful.
If it is a hot spring, it may be like this.
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What do you bring up the image of hippie?
People tend to think it as the thing of the past, with the negative images like the abuse of drugs or freedom of sex.
It is relatively unknown that Steve Jobs who created iPhone had the thought and creed.
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Do you know a famous Chinese proverb, things present are judged by the things past?
Visiting the oldest hot spring in the United States, I realized the hidden meaning.
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