Here's the "Treatment Waiting Area," and maybe also the "Avoid Going Back to Your Room to Take Care of the Baby Area."
Stroll on over to the Bathhouse and have a mud treatment, why don't you?
This is where the nice lady mixes up your mud concoction. Are you catching the farmhouse-loft vibe?
A close-up of the faucet because I liked it so much. I'm such a sucker for that "rustic modernism" thing.
Here's the view down to the "au naturel" mineral pools. I didn't think it was appropriate to take photos once inside.If you're feeling up to it, go take a class in the Yoga and Movement Studio. There's a beautiful view out to an old oak tree.
Here's the way you walk over to the Restaurant and Bar.
Fantastic bar and restaurant. I guess that's what you would expect when you are in this part of the world. We had room service for dinner both nights after putting Baby J down and the food was awesome. Plus, we got to drink champagne and watch movies in bed (something we never get to do at home). Although there were about 25 crappy unheard-of movies "on demand," Castaway, Wedding Crashers and a new episode of Mad Men were all on regular channels.
Here's the area you can use if you want to get married here. It reminds me a lot of where we got married.I love the old-school pool styling. No fake waterfalls and slides here.Here's where you check in. Very modest and discreet.
I'll show you the room in another post. Must get back to mothering. I know you understand.