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TravelPod Member ReviewsHighways House Bath
Location is excellent, walking distance to centre and bus stop at the door if the hill looks a little daunting on the way home. On a main, with off road parking, but quiet at night. Good fast internet, helpful staff, comfortable bed, a good lounge so that I have somewhere to sit and tap away on the blog while the traveling companion can sleep in peace. Good breakfast, what more could one want without going overboard on price or frills
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... br> Jen and Matt flew in from Den Hague to spend Easter with us and we enjoyed their company as we explored the Cotswold landscape. We are trying to determine which is actually the prettiest village in England.
My guide said it is Castle Combe, the little village where the movies Dr Doolittle and War Horse were filmed. The Readers Digest suggested it is Bourton-on-the-water -" the Venice of the Cotswolds". ...
... case anyone was wondering. My life is somewhat complete. It was nice not having a real agenda and just really being able to explore a new place. We also met two girls who had a ferret on leash. His name was Mitch haha. It was just a hilariously random day. The next 2 days we stayed in Oxford. I went to the Ashmolean (which is in art museum here) and did homework. On Sunday, we went to an Evensong service at Christ Church. It was so interesting to observe ...
Shopping day. Chris and Dad started the day off at the Bath Thermal Spa. Both decided to do the welcome package which gave them access to the roof pool, the steam baths and the inside thermal bath. Apparently the spa was brilliant. Meanwhile Rebecca, Mum and I enjoyed the shops Bath had to offer. When the boys joined us we ...
... overlooking part of the Royal Victoria Park. Nearby the Royal Crescent is The Circus, another specimen of Georgian architecture that resembles the Colosseum in Rome. However, try as we may, we could not find the darn thing. We stopped into a little pub called The Raven to dry off and warm up for a bit. The Raven is a traditional pub with a devoted following of locals for its well-kept ales and traditional atmosphere. Chris got one of the Raven's signature ales, while I got ...
... the Roman Baths while Claire went shopping as she visited here last year and had done most of the tourist sites. The Roman Baths have been excavated down to the level at Roman times and later constructions removed. It is very well done with commentaries and video clips. It is hard to believe that ground level has raised by 4 meters in 2000 years since the Romans were here. There are lots of seagulls that fly around as well as pigeons. I didn't expect the ...