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There may be no greater pleasure in life than taking a dip in a hot springs. The warmth of the water combines with the coolness of the air to heighten your senses. As your body descends into the warm abyss, you feel the tension and stress literally melt from your body. After a period of time, you enter a tranquil state of total peace. If it sounds like a religious experience that’s because it seems that way to us.

We have visited hot springs on four continents and each offers something different and unique. The cascading white travertine pools of Pamukkale in Turkey differ completely from the man-made grandeur of the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool in Colorado. While the small pools in the Tuscan hillside of Saturnia may be our favorite, we felt the most relaxed while sitting in a small hot pot at the base of Machu Picchu in Peru. Wherever the geology favors hot springs, you’ll find aficionados. And we’ll be right there with them! Here are some of our experiences.

Slipping into the Vulcano Island Mud Baths

Everything you need to know to visit the Vulcano Island mud baths in Italy. This includes things to do on Vulcano Island, how to get to Vulcano Island, tips for visiting the mud baths and hot springs, and also how to get to the black sand beach.

Like many of our trips, this one started out with a simple musing: “I wonder if they have any hot springs in Sicily.” We’re passionate about hot springs and we thought maybe we would get lucky, but had no idea it would lead us to the Vulcano Island mud baths in the Aeolian Islands.

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Dipping Into the Budapest Thermal Baths

The Szechenyi Spa - one of over a dozen thermal baths in Budapest, Hungary and the largest spa complex in the world.

The capital of Hungary is The City of Spas. The Budapest thermal baths have been loved by locals and visitors for over two thousand years. There are more hot springs in Budapest than any other city in the world. During our recent trip, we connected with locals and took a dip into the city’s magnificent

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Steamboat Springs – Ski Town, USA in the Summer

Abandoned Farm Buildings Outside of Steamboat Springs

The Champagne Powder snow in the Rocky Mountains draws millions to snowboard and ski in Steamboat Springs. The mountain towns are like magnets for visitors from around the world. However, in the summer, the masses leave, the weather turns warm, the snow melts and the mountains become paradise gardens. While thousands clog the I-70 corridor

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