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Saratoga Spa Soaks Visitors, 'N.Y. Post' Says

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Saratoga Spa Soaks Visitors, 'N.Y. Post' Says

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Saratoga Spa Soaks Visitors, 'N.Y. Post' Says

Saratoga Spa Soaks Visitors, 'N.Y. Post' Says

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An historic New York Spa is in hot water over revelations that its famous mineral baths are diluted with local tap water.

Saratoga Springs has drawn visitors for generations — but The New York Post discovered that the cool mineral water is being mixed with hot tap water to bring the baths to a comfortable temperature.

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