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... of the walk.
I'll put in a couple of 'nice' shots because Lee likes them.
The next shot is of a farm (surprise, surprise) but it's there to illustrate just how entrenched is this right of way thing for walkers here. The path literally goes right through the farm. You've seen photos of me walking through wheat fields and various crops as well. It really is the done thing. The same thing happens with the golf course but I'll get to that soon.
Another danger. (This ...
... skin in their place.
Next we took the car and drove to the ‘American Museum in Britain’ on the outskirts of Bath. This museum was founded by three businessmen doing business in both Britain and America who realized that the only American museums were in America. They felt it would improve relations between the countries if the British had a place to learn about American history. Using things ...
... today. From there we walked to Pulteney Bridge which looks like bridges in Venice with shops on top of it. Just below the bridge is a dam/sluice that controls the water level on the river. Since Sue has a small refrigerator for guests to use We picked up a few groceries at the local Mark and Spencer’s store and took them back to the B&B before going to dinner.
After dinner we went to the Roman Baths as ...
... did. Once her train had to go through Bath to another town, so when entering Bath station, (usually the royal train would slow down and royalty would wave from their carriage) Queen Victoria ordered the train not to slow down and she pulled her blinds in her carriage so no one could see in. Gena returned earlier than we thought, so we went to Rebecca's flat in the early afternoon. On the way we shopped at homebase and purchased ...
... and forms the spring. The Romans believed that these waters were blessed by the Gods and could cure illnesses, Wanting to make their new home in England as similar as possible to Rome, they Romans loved building public bathhouses. Thus the 20th legion was ordered to construct a bathhouse on the site of the hot-springs, as well as a temple to the Roman goddess Minerva. When the Romans withdrew from Britain the site fell into disrepair and was eventually ...
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