I Forgot to Name This Post : Bath

Having already posted about my meals in Bath, I suppose I shall talk about the other things I did there as well. Bath is a small, quiet, beautiful town. It’s full of history and lovely architecture. Jane Austen lived in Bath in her mid-twenties, and set Northanger Abbey and Persuasion there. Bath is also where the Ancient Romans built their famous baths on the only thermal hotsprings in Britain, but we will talk about that later.

It’s lovely, enjoy the view:

A home on the Circus
A home on the Circus
Sally Lunn's house- the oldest house in Bath
Sally Lunn’s house- the oldest house in Bath

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The Royal Crescent
The Royal Crescent
A lovely window box
A lovely window box
Bath's version of the Ponte Vecchio in Florence :)
Bath’s version of the Ponte Vecchio in Florence 🙂

And of course, Bath Abbey.

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2 thoughts on “I Forgot to Name This Post : Bath

  1. Well done on getting a picture of the whole Crescent, it’s quite hard to do as you have to stand so far back and try to make sure things don’t obscure your view I seem to remember!

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