A Day In Bath

Jen’s second day here we decided to head out early and take an hour and 20 minute train ride to Bath.  The town is so cute and perfect to walk around for the day.  We lucked out with the weather and were able to sit on the top of the City Sightseeing Bus. while we toured the city.

Pretty house covered by vines

This house is so dirty but will never be cleaned because of the stone used to build it.

Nicholas Cage bought this townhouse but never lived in it. He eventually sold it and lost £300,000.

The black box is the bathroom which was added on to the house years after it was built.

City streets

City streets

The city of Bath

Are you sick of photos yet??

Too bad…..

Next we headed to the Roman Baths.

This woman would not get out of the photo.

After the baths we hopped back on the City Sightseeing bus towards the University of Bath.

The widest street in Bath.

Jane Austen's house

Before we headed back to London we wanted to check out the oldest house in Bath, Sally lunns, which is a restaurant and museum.

Besides being a one room museum with a plastic figure standing there we had to leave because Jon couldn’t fit in the room.  He was too tall!

 

 

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One Response

  1. Ooh I must check out Bath. It looks so quaint and pretty. There might be a day trip in my future. Love the photos!

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