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... walk. Walking along a road I come to a sign pointing to an aquaduct. I went looking for AS but found OS instead. It was a magnificent two lane aqueduct built over the River Avon (1805) with a junction at one end big enough for the boats to turn around or to change direction from one canal to another. The canal has many boats moored on the side. Many of them are occupied. Some by grey nomads with bicycles on top while others have young families in them. Adventuring oldies ...
... luggage and travel a bit lighter. I can also come back in between my forays.
Bath is bathed in beautiful golden light like a tiny Paris. In
the well-presented Roman thermo mineral bath and temple ruins, one easily gets
an immersive and tangible experience of that era. I feel right at home in that
town, my favorite so far.
I arrived in heaven on a Saturday morning, and my host has
been the angel Rosemary. There was no reason to be prepared for discomfort of
any kind (as had become my habit), for as we pulled up to a small village of
stone houses, and then stepped into her art and light-filled cottage, I knew I
would be happy as a sheep in a poke. I have no idea if that is a thing, but ...
... br> We stopped because of multiple reasons. A long time on the road, increasing numbers of tourists as we got into full summer and, not unimportantly, things to do at home. So there is still a lot left to see and I think it won't be long before we are off again.
For both of us this is the return to the UK after 29 years being expatriates and for me of course the start of my retirement. It's going to take a lot of getting used to. The next ...
Bath is a Unesco World Heritage Site - the whole city. There are 90,000 people living here and it is famous for its Georgian Architecture. Architecture here is named for the Monarch of the period. George I through George IV ruled 1714-1830. In 1714 Bath was a medieval walled village. 3 men changed all that. Ralph Allen was the postmaster for England. He reorganized the postal system so the mail was sorted at ...