If you are interested in an elegant holiday, what about a winery tour in California?
People can enjoy even a dip in a hot tub at Paso Robles.
If you regard California State as a nation, it would be the fourth-greatest wine producing country in the world after Italy, France, and Spain.
The history of California wine is far older than anticipated.
In the 18th centuries, Spanish missionaries are considered the origin that began to establish vineyards.
Nowadays approximately two thousands wineries operates the business in California.
The area between L.A. and San Francisco is one of the most beautiful countryside where the most vineyards concentrate.
Paso Robles Inn is a hotel located in such major production area of wines, and overnight guests was able to enjoy mineral hot springs in the guest rooms.
It is a sad fact that they capped their access to the sulfur water.
Spa Rooms are decorated by different local wineries; and it seem a good idea for guests who are to go to winery tours.
In the patio I found a ready-made Jacuzzi.
Once it was fed by superior water like the one in Sycamore Hot Springs.
I preferred to dip in the water with nothing on, and closed the canvas curtains as a blinder.
I carefully observed the 113 degrees F water, but ended up finding that it was tap water.
The Official website said "the smell of the sulfur water was often overbearing for our guests and has hindered the overall guest experience."
Sadly, most guests with a glass of wine in their hands will not be interested in authentic mineral hot springs.
The common pool's condition was even worse, being strongly chlorinated.
I went to sleep early after drinking and crying much.