I have not seen such a weird and beautiful place.
A quint hotel that started their business in the 1920s was burned down a long time ago; the ruin had to be known as a hideaway of nudists, which remains even today in some cases.
On the way I lost my car.
Read More Arizona, Rating [4/5] Metallic smell, Natural hot springs
The hot spring is only 15 minutes’ walk from Mexico City International Airport.
The nearly forgotten spring provides sacred water continuously gushing from the age of Tenochtitlan of the Aztec Empire, which is the precursor of Mexico City.
Read More Mexico, Rating [3/5] Private
Truth or Consequences is always quiet.
One day I visited a “new” spa facility opened in 2017.
Read More New Mexico, Rating [2/5] Private, Truth or Consequences
The mining city was abandoned after the gold rush went by.
At the ruin of a spa resort nearby, great water is gushing.
Read More Nevada, Rating [5/5] Hottest, Metallic smell, Natural hot springs
In February 2019, the New Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador declared an end to his country’s war on drugs, while bloody insurrections continue.
I visited a hot spring in Michoacán, the second drug-producing state in Mexico.
Read More Mexico, Rating [1/5] Lodging, Lukewarm, Metallic smell
Near Interstate 10, between Tucson in Arizona and El Paso in Texas, there is a camping ground where ATV lovers gather.
A hot spring gushes there pumped up by energy from sunlight.
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When I ask Mexican friends for their favorite beach resorts, they are likely to answer Puerto Vallarta rather than Cancún.
In the mountains behind Puerto Vallarta, there is a local favorite hot spring.
Read More Mexico, Rating [2/5] Lodging, Lukewarm
Out of a variety of spa facilities in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, Fire Water Lodge is only the place that does not accept walk-ins.
As it is named, the hotel provides one of the hottest water in the city.
Read More New Mexico, Rating [4/5] Lodging, Private, Truth or Consequences
The most luxury spa facility using the mineral water in Ixtapan de la Sal is, Shangri-La Spa.
With a little modification, the Roman baths provides free-flowing water.
Read More Mexico, Rating [3/5] Metallic smell, Private
Suppose, there is a world ranking list for “Stinking Hot Springs.”
Definitely, this hot spring in the Mexican geothermal area will be ranked high in the list.
Read More Mexico, Rating [3/5] Lodging, Steam bath, Straight out of the ground, Sulfur smell