Day 198 – Bath, England

Today we spent a lovely day in Bath. Bath, a world heritage city, was established by the Romans in the 1st century as a SPA town. The English visited Bath for its healing and therapeutic waters. Ryan and I had a wonderful time exploring this absolutely charming and historic city by foot. Two highlights of the day were visiting the Jane Austen Center (my favorite British author) and meeting up with my friend Celeste for drinks.

(Bath Abbey)

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(Roman Baths next to the Abbey)

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(The Royal Crescent)

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(Pulteney Bridge)

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(The Jane Austen Center)

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(Drinks with my friend Celeste)

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(Various scenes from Bath)

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2 Responses to “Day 198 – Bath, England”

  1. Aunt Jan Says:

    Awesome! Thanks for sharing your adventure! The blurb about Taking Tea was very interesting! Carry on…

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