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... but I suspect if it is an Abbey then it would date back possibly to Saxon times in earlier forms. This is another grand Cathedral lost in the Reformation and requesting a £2.50 donation. A glimpse from the foyer is enough to reveal it as serious big religious OS and the money better spent elsewhere. The Passenger, exhausted from the 2.5 hour car trip sat in the square to regain strength to line up for the Roman Baths. She was intrigued with the ambiance of the space- OS , ...
... 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.
... sounds British. .
Rosemary is a vicar’s widow, and is very involved in the village
Anglican church. We have interesting conversations about religion and the gay
issue. There are two gay couples living nearby, one of which attended the
service on Sunday. It is hard for her to imagine the kind of fundamentalism I came
out of, and the ways that issue is handled in ...
... the opportunity. We passed by Prince Charles' farm at Highgate and happily for Beryl (such a royalist), they were in residence but failed to invite us in for a cuppa and scones . The villages along the way are so picturesque and some dated back to the 16th century. We saw Jane Seymours mansion which is on sale for a measly 19 million pounds.
We arrived at Bath just after 2 pm and had about an hour and a half to look around. Again not enough time to take everything ...
... Palace. The Romans were here first but the Palace has been home to the Bishops of Bath & Wells for over 800 years. Built in 1206 by Bishop Jocelin it includes 14 acres of gardens, including allotments for vegetable gardens, ruins of the Great Hall built for a visit from Edward I, who never came but his grandson Edward III did, the Bishops chapel, galleries for entertaining and the Bishops private home. A new Bishop is being enthroned (installed) this weekend. ...