Spectacular Slovakia #7: Twelve women in a pool and nobody says a word

American spa-goers took a trip to Trenčianske Teplice.

There were 12 women and nobody said a word, Pat Alexy Stoll says about her favourite treatment in Trenčianske Teplice. She and her husband, Don Stoll, recently enjoyed the spa experience in this famed western-Slovak spa town. Ever heard of spa cakes? You should make sure to have some in between your treatments.

Last week, Pat and Don told us what a real Slovak spa experience looks like.

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