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A hot springs enthusiast born in Japan; based in Texas, U.S. Follow me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!
Some old hot springs inns in the U.S. are said to be haunted. I do not believe it, but there is the rumor.
Steamboat Springs in the State of Colorado has sent more athletes to the Winter Olympics than any other place in North America. The ski resort has another aspect of a spa town.
The State of West Virginia appears many times in the lyrics of “Take Me Home, Country Roads” written by John Denver. In the state, there are mineral springs that George Washington frequently visited.
The private baths are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Music started next to the bath house.
Large outdoor pools surrounded by rocks are fed by free-flowing geothermal water. Clothing is optional after dark.
Did you know that there are mineral springs in the State of New York? The gushing water is cold, but is rich in contained materials such as carbon dioxide. Soak in the historic bath house opened in 1935.
The tub is right on the ground of the Mojave Desert. It is not certain about when, by whom, and for what purpose it was built.
Do not expect too much of such beautiful hotel, if you are a kind of hot springs enthusiast. Water in pool was chlorinated. Only Creekside Hot Springs was fabulous to me.
Hot water gushes straight out of the ground in the huge pools. As it is named, World Famous Hot Pools is the fabulous for families and even hot springs enthusiasts.
The United States has an authentic Japanese-style B&B. Pembroke Springs Retreat is the place for U.S. citizens who love the Japanese culture, and at the same time for Japanese people living in the U.S. to affirm their identity.
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