Budapest, as well as being the largest city in Hungary, is famed for its natural thermal springs. Gellert was opened in 1918, and is decorated with Art Nouveau furnishings, mosaics, stained glass windows and sculptures.
Kyushu is the third largest island in Japan, and is known for its lush green gardens, and thermal hot springs. Home to a chain of volcanoes, including Japan’s most active volcano, Mt Aso, Kyushu is sometimes referred to as “Land Of Fire”.
The island has six national parks, and numerous Japanese gardens all around the island, that feature vibrant colours and unique shapes.
Thermal hot springs in Rapolano, Tuscany. This photo was taken this morning. It was a luxurious get-away for only the price of a locker to store our clothing in. Wonderful! (near Siena, by the way) Ciao!