Breitenbush has the basic elements of the New Age-like spa facilities seen in the west coast, such as clothing optional, yoga, meditation, and vegetarianism.
I experienced the view of the world through the day use.
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The modern notion of Spirituality is considered to be mainly derived from the New Age movement, which reached the heights of prosperity in California during the 60s and 70s.
The atmosphere of the west coast that generated the New Age has an affinity for hot springs.
A spa facility with natural hot springs makes good business sense, as a place to be oneself.
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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.
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A long-established hotel in the State of Washington keeps the traditional way of bathing.
In the some guest rooms, in contrast, an up-to-date Jacuzzi is fed by hot springs water.
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I like to spend all day long doing nothing special other than soaking and lying down.
It must be better if there is good hot spring water.
Such place is in the state of Wyoming.
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Many hotels in the United States are under chain managements.
Low-end brands are suitable for tourists who do not put much value on the accommodation and service, but want to secure the security.
Days Inn is one of such hotel chains, but this Days Inn looks unique.
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Every year, the amount of donations by individual in the United States becomes more than a hundred times larger than that of Japan.
One of the reasons is the difference in tax system, but the cultural difference must affect it.
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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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In Yellowstone National Park, it impossible to find a spa facility where uses the mineral water.
However, in a nearby town, there is a publicly owned bathhouse at no fee.
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There are hot spring lovers, but no earthquake lovers.
However, hot springs and earthquakes are closely related.
It is imaginable that in case of a volcanic earthquake, the magma heats the groundwater.
In case of an earthquake caused by a slip of fault, is there any relevance?
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