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Thermal waters


By Aleyna


The annual encouter of the Neurology Society is placed in this little town called Caxambú, state of Minas Gerais. The city is known as the best thermal waters, and was the spring spot for the imperial family.
I took a few pictures of the gardens and the plants around to share.

Here is the Hydrotherapy place

The entrance

The red flowers in front of the entrance

The bandstand and the palms

The emperor font

Some blue flowers

The pond

One of the several Mango trees all blooming

The roses

A nice thumbergia

This bouganvilea, just have the right color…. coral

We call this trees “salgueiros”… willow?

At last, but no least… the palm trees

Hope you enjoy it.


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Very pretty garden ,love the statue in the pool.

4 Oct, 2010


Thank you Bjs.

4 Oct, 2010


Enjoyed the blog Aleyna.
... thanks. :o)

4 Oct, 2010


Lovely blog Aleyna..particularly like the mango tree in full blossom.Thank you for sharing.......x

4 Oct, 2010


Lovely blog, Aleyna! I loved the photos of the different places & the trees. I was impressed by the Mango tree, so full of lovely blossom! :-)) The statue in the pond is a very fine piece of artwork. Did the Emperor really use the Spa?

I loved you photos of the magnificent Palm trees!

4 Oct, 2010


I'm glad you liked it TT

4 Oct, 2010


Hi Bonkers,
I'm happy to share, because everywhere I go, I'm always looking around for plants and flowers to share with the GOY friends.

Yes, Don Pedro I used to travel to Caxambú to enjoy the waters.
Now it is a 4hours trip from the Airport in Sao Paulo to Caxambú, Minas Gerais.
I wonder about 4 weeks using horses and coaches.

4 Oct, 2010

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