Travel Blogs from Bath, United Kingdom

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Lavender and Mint Steam, Anyone??, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Lavender and Mint Steam, Anyone??

A travel blog entry by charmedlife

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... rooms for detoxifying the body. This bath house had 4, enclosed by floor to ceiling glass, with varying aromatherapy fragances united by a refreshing open group shower in the middle of the room. You could inhale mountain pine, frankincense, lavender or ...

First day in Bath, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

First day in Bath

A travel blog entry by jackie_n_james

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... we figure its better to be early than late and we weren't yet sure how the train system in the UK ran. After we arrived at Bath we soon found our hostel and after stowing our bags (and taking a real quick nap for about three hours, no kidding) we decided ...

Roman Baths, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Roman Baths

A travel blog entry by jackie_n_james

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... we stopped to take more pictures of the large abbey beside the baths which was the place where the first King of the united England, Edgar, was coronated. We made our way back to the hostel, with some soup and fresh baked bread for supper, later in ...

Going Home, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Going Home

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... fit and alert woman for her age. I left Cheam at 4pm and caught the 5.30pm bus from London's Victoria Station to Bath... 3.5 hours. The National Express Bus Service is ever so efficient... runs to the second on most occasions. It is much cheaper ...

Bath and environs, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Bath and environs

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

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... in our vauxhall something or other. A solid automobile (thanks jay). It is quite good at buffing curbs with its tires. We reached bath and after a little grunt work managed to find a hostel to stay in right in the centre of town. We are staying in ...

To Zorb the Stone Ring, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

To Zorb the Stone Ring

A travel blog entry by eatdessertfirst

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... booked a couple of beds at the local YMCA we headed out for some dinner at a quaint little Italian place then wandered around the town. Bath was nice as the tourists rolled out for the day. We saw the old Roman Baths, hence the town's name, and the cool ...

Welcome Retreat from London, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Welcome Retreat from London

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... on our Aussie beer's and wine whilst in WA. I spent the morning touring the sights... including the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, Royal Crescents, Botannical Gardens, markets, Puteny Bridge and surrounding streets. Bath is a beautiful town... but ...

Tour Guide, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Tour Guide

A travel blog entry by itsem

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... So after panicking all day (remember it was my first tour group!) it all sorted out in the end.. Since I didn't see much of Bath, I took another tour group up (with Natasha) a few months later, this time I even knew where things were and could point ...

Long Live Sulis Minerva!, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Long Live Sulis Minerva!

A travel blog entry by zento

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... then.   Our tour ended with a visit to the Pump Room.  An elegant Georgian styled restaurant overlooking the main bath had a beautiful water fountain from which you could get served a complimentary glass of hot spring water.  Ed and I ...

Snowden to Stonehenge, Llanberis-Bristol-Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Snowden to Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by shmikes

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... using deer antlers! So many generations just piling more dirt up onto a hill with no apparent purpose....anyone, any ideas??????? Bath is a neat little city/town...did not seem all that big. Visited the main attractions, Roman Baths, Royal Cresent ...

Bath, but not Ston Easton Park (World), Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Bath, but not Ston Easton Park (World)

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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... go back and spend more time, stay a night or two (and NOT be a part of a tour group so I can explore at will). P.S. The author includes Ston Easton Park with Bath in the listing. It sounds like it is an 18th century mansion turned restaurant. Next time. ...

Bath, England, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Bath, England

A travel blog entry by benandtrudie

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... of Bath was recognised in 1987 with designation 'World Heritage Site', the only city so honoured in Britain. No visitor to Bath leaves unrefreshed or without a profound sense of gratitude for the gifts of the past. Three remarkable men were largely ...

Drive to Bath, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Drive to Bath

A travel blog entry by robynandgreg

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... didn’t help to visit at the same time as 3 bus loads of tourists. We continued on our drive to the Georgian town of Bath. The countryside was beautiful and at parts it looked like Australia and then as` soon as we saw a house you knew we were in ...

Narrowboating on Kennet & Avon Canal, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Narrowboating on Kennet & Avon Canal

A travel blog entry by vermaakjeanne

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... when we got back from our mornings strolling through Bath, we'd be ready to head on back towards Bradford. Walking down towards Bath we were greeted by church bells ringing through the town and a bit of rain too. Being Easter however, the shops took a ...

Today's a good day!  London-Stonehenge-Bath, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Today's a good day! London-Stonehenge-Bath

A travel blog entry by lindaandstuart

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... of insisting that “I could live here” in almost every place we’ve visited), bless him!    While in Bath, I took the opportunity to take Stuart to a tucked away little shop that makes the best fudge in the world, onsite and ...

Sticks & Stones..., Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Sticks & Stones...

A travel blog entry by travel4eternity

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... ;Overall, I really liked Bath.  (I seem to be having a good record for liking England's cities, don't I?)       After Bath, we drove to Stonehenge.  It really is in the middle of nowhere.  You drive over a hill and LOOK - ...

Bath II, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Bath II

A travel blog entry by krb2g

... by the river Avon, where we saw an Elvis impersonator on a boat. We went up into the hills behind the city, where the University of Bath lies, and where Jane Austen used to like to walk, and got a lovely sunset view of the city for our pains. Then again ...

Roman Baths, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Roman Baths

A travel blog entry by tinyisgreat

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... cream... the clotted cream is a regional thing I really really wanted to try.  But, by the time we finished wandering around Bath, everything had closed down.  So we pretty much hung out in the restaurant and bar of the hostel for the rest of ...

Bath, England, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Bath, England

A travel blog entry by erblair

10/2/2011  Jack We are in Bath in the hostel YMCA.  Our room has two bunk beds.  I'm on one of the top bunks. Our room is small.  Bath is a nice town because it small and has beautiful ...

A Shower at Stonehenge and a Pizza in Bath, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

A Shower at Stonehenge and a Pizza in Bath

A travel blog entry by kristenrenee

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... It was quite a sight to see, but I think I can check the box on that one and be okay if I don't visit Stonehenge again. Bath is a totally different story. We had about a 45 minute drive which I seized as another nap opp and arrived in Bath about noon. ...

Castles, Roman Baths and a Mystery, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Castles, Roman Baths and a Mystery

A travel blog entry by jimstephkrueger

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... and viewed the excavation and thermal waters then we had a little free time to explore the town.    After leaving Bath we drove through the countryside and through the Salisbury Plain to the site of Stonehenge.  We were truly ...

Pride and Predjudice, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Pride and Predjudice

A travel blog entry by milesg

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... I could appreciate why the place was so important. And I learned some stuff too! After an hour at Stonehenge we continued onto Bath which I absolutely loved. Now, like I said before, this was my second trip to Bath but this was the first time that I ...

So bizarre!!, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

So bizarre!!

A travel blog entry by byalady

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I have visited the walking stand-up/magic show Bizarre Bath. Lots of fun! There are no historical facts, no pretentious guides starting every second sentese with "Did you know....". Just 90 minutes of ...

Mad Dash through Southern England, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Mad Dash through Southern England

A travel blog entry by byron_and_tracy

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... yes, drink) the spring waters after treatment. I regret having not done so.The group and I were out of the museum and bath a solid 20 minutes before the deadline. I had the chance then to find a chocolate store that the bus driver had mentioned. ...

Bath, England -Rich, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Bath, England -Rich

A travel blog entry by erblair

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... the fast train from London to Belgium on the 4th (my dads birthday, Happy Birthday Dad).  The train connections back from Bath make things too tight and the trains are quite expensive so we could change the reservation, but we checked and renting a ...

32. Bath, Bristol, & Stonehenge, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

32. Bath, Bristol, & Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz

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... the lanes, past the cathedral, roman baths, and lovely manor homes, and through a chocolate festival (where a photographer from the Bath local paper made me pretend to eat a giant chocolate Christmas tree ... we´re famous! See here: ...

Taking a Bath!, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Taking a Bath!

A travel blog entry by foothills_bears

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... , expecting to see scantily clad Romans emerging from the spa waters. The baths were discovered buried beneath the modern city of Bath when residents above kept being flooded with warm water. The "spa" includes areas where people change, where they are ...

Stonehenge and Bath, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Stonehenge and Bath

A travel blog entry by jeanbean

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... and the devil. It was really windy (kind of reminded me of West Texas) and pretty cold. After Stonehenge, we went to Bath which is a beautiful town. I would really like to go back and spend more time at the museums. There was a Jane Austen Center ...

Aug 02, 2010, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Aug 02, 2010

A travel blog entry by byalady

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Fun with the Folks - Bath, Bath, United Kingdom travel blog

Fun with the Folks - Bath

A travel blog entry by leyte83

Bath and ...

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