Saratoga Spa Soaks Visitors, 'N.Y. Post' Says 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 says the cool mineral water is being mixed with hot tap water to make the baths more comfortable.
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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

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.