Where do you go when there’s a Polar Vortex and you don’t want to be caught frozen outside? We headed to Spa World. My sister wanted to try it since she’s heard a lot about it so after the roads were cleared, we went to Spa World for some R&R from the cold. It is a lot like what I expected, a traditional bath house as found in Japan and Korea where there’s a private section for males and females with a common area where the dry sauna, snack and restaurant are located. The dry sauna offers several types of rooms with salt, clay or regular dry heat. My favorite was the Jacuzzi area with the power jets where you can get great water massage from the overhead, side or floor jets. Aside from the pool and sauna sections, there are lounge areas where you can watch the sports, eat, read or give yourself a facial. The pool is the only area that does not allow clothes so if you are shy about walking around naked, you would want to avoid the pool. The masseuse are located in the pool area. I would recommend taking either a shower cap or cloth cap for your hair since the provided towels are small and hard to wrap around the head. Considering that the entry fee is $40, I would definitely plan to spend several hours there to take advantage of all of the amenities. It was a fun and relaxing afternoon that was definitely worthwhile especially in the winter.