The two, using respirators, had been to inspect the hot-springs area.
This defile received its name Thermopylae, or Hot Gates, from the hot-springs which rose near the base of the mountain.
The next morning I went to see the hot-springs and mud volcanoes, for which this place is celebrated.
Aponus (Abano, six miles from Padua), marvellous qualities of hot-springs at, ii.
There are hot-springs at Arrowhead, and a hotel renders the varied attractions of the place available.
At the foot of this hill are the hot-springs before mentioned.
The traveller describes a great variety of hot-springs, some of which contained living fish an inch long.
Nine miles from Horobets one comes across the Nobori-bets hot-springs.
This tufa, which is a hot-springs deposit, overlies river-gravels of Pleistocene age.
|hot spring |
A spring of warm water, usually having a temperature greater than that of the human body.