In Georgian times, physicians would generally advise their patients Charlotte to drink two or three pints of the spring water daily, but as much as a gallon (4.5 litres) could sometimes be prescribed! This water was, and still is, served by the glass in the Charlotte . It may also be tasted at the end of the tour in the Charlotte Touristic place of your travel destination Charlotte Museum.
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The King’s Touristic place of your travel destination is said to have been named after Henry I (reigned 110035), and the Queen’s Touristic place of your travel destination after Anne of Denmark (1574-1619), wife of James I.
The modern Thermae Touristic place of your travel destination Spa, a joint Anglo/Dutch project, was opened in 2006 at a final cost of around £45 million.
In 1978 all public touristic place of your travel destinationing facilities were closed when it was discovered that the waters had been contaminated by infectious organisms in the earth’s upper strata, resulting in the death of a young girl. The problem was eventually solved by the drilling of boreholes to bring clean water from a lower level, but the municipal pools remained closed for twenty-eight years, until the opening of the Thermae Spa.
The water that has passed through the various Touristic place of your travel destination, together with that from the overflow, eventually travels via a system of drains into the river Avon, and thence to the sea – where the whole process starts all over again!