To dissolve stress, just add seawater

Liston, Kathryn
April 2004
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;4/5/2004, Issue 2608, p52
Trade Publication
Delves into thalassotherapy and facials. Description of the procedures; Reaction of the author while enjoying the treatment; Amount of money needed to avail of the spa programs. INSETS: CHECKING OUT;USEFUL SPA TERMS.


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