Apple Tree, Bath

Address: 7 Pulteney Gardens, Bath, Somerset, England, BA2 4HG, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 7 Pulteney Gardens, Bath, is near Bath Abbey, Royal Crescent, Parade Gardens, and Kennet & Avon Canal.
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      More in hope than anticipation ...

      A travel blog entry by jmcefalas on Nov 10, 2014

      ... able to take a few days each week to travel around, possibly even into France, and of course I could fly out and back and do city breaks if finance permits. But the six month adventure to Australia seems a long way away, as does a trip to Germany. As for random travel of the Twitter kind, that seems a lifetime away :(

      So compromise being the order of the day I shall start with one small step. A blog. More in hope than anticipation.

      Week 6 - Back to school...

      A travel blog entry by jaspers_life on Nov 09, 2014

      As you could probably guess from the title of this entry, I went back to school last week. *plays sad music* In less depressing news, how is it in Australia? Nice and sunny and warm? How nice...because it's definitely not like that here. It's cold, and Christmas adverts flood the telly. If you think that it's too early for Christmas adverts, prepare yourself. I was in sainsbury's (the English version of woolworths) ...

      Fun with Fear

      A travel blog entry by brendasjoy on Nov 09, 2014

      2 comments, 24 photos

      ... I just took care of business, without any dramatics, any self-pity, any judgment, why, the next step would be a permanent loss of standards! I would forever only have my copper pot, I would be happy with nothing, even in filth, and I would never desire beauty again; I would no longer be me. This felt like death, especially to the young parts of me. However illogical it sounds now, I know my biggest fear was loss of my choosing, discerning self.


      Beautiful bath

      A travel blog entry by amandane on Jun 23, 2014

      9 photos

      We had another early morning on the cards. We were travelling to the west side of England to a little town named Bath via Stonehenge. I'd tallied up the cost of the various legs of public transport that you'd need to catch to complete the journey, plus the entrance fees to both sites, and done a comparison with joining a tour and, happily, the tour came out on top! Joining the tour would simplify the day a fair bit, not having to worry about the timing of ...

      A Day in Bath

      A travel blog entry by campcleggett on Oct 02, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... settled here and started excavating the land to build their own houses. Now they have uncovered all of the old buildings and built a museum there for people to come and see what it would have been like back then. We caught the train to Bath and then got on an open top bus which took us for a bit of a tour around the city. We stopped at a place called the royal circle where the street and houses are built in a curved circle. Here we got to go into one of the old ...