Roman baths

A At the ancient Roman baths, patrons moved from room to room to experience cold-water plunges, hot-air baths, steam baths, and a variety of other spa treatments.

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As I write this introduction, my 102-degree hot tub beckons me with its soothing waters and instant hydrotherapy. And inside my master bathroom, a tile and glass-block steam shower stands ready to envelop me in its hot, misty fog. It’s only a matter of time before I make room for a sauna. Yet, as excited as I am about my own home spa, I’m more excited for you, the reader, because you are planning (or at least considering) bringing a hot tub, sauna, or steam bath into your home. And once you experience the home spa lifestyle, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.

An even more exciting idea  take the wooden soaking tub outside

An even more exciting idea … take the wooden soaking tub outside …

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