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... This is all serious Ancient Stuff (AS) as opposed to OS. It has coins dating back to the First Century BC through to 400 AD. Part of the tour is an excavation of the temple area that was beside the Bath House. Great displays that are added to by the easy to operate audio device given with admission. They even provided conical paper cups at the end so you could sample the efficacious warm spring water. Having drunk the elixir, I shall live to a hundred. The navigator ...
We took a walking tour of Bath today (not a bike to be had!) and thoroughly enjoyed the 2 1/2 hours with a wonderful walking historian. The Romans landed here around 700 AD and started the whole "healing baths" craze. Lots of Spa owners these days owe them a debt of gratitude! If Justin is not all "beered"out from his Denver trip, John found an interesting local one with a story to tell when we get ...
I am very tired now after my favorite day here in the UK (Damien is out at the pub again!). It was worth every penny! Katrin and I especially enjoyed getting out of the city and we plan on doing it a lot more. A trip that we would like to plan is to the coast to a town called Sussex so that we can take a nice hike through the woods there. Well, I hope you enjoyed reading about my adventures that I had today! There are pictures below for your enjoyment.
This morning we left Stratford and headed down through the Cotswolds region to Bourton on the Water for morning tea. Bourton on the Water is the picture-postcard village with the creek, stone walking bridges and lots of hungry ducks. We then headed towards the town of Devizes which is probably only famous for being near Caen Hill locks (apologies to anyone from Devizes). Caen Hill has ...
... but I will go back to get tomorrow to get them. The service was really just regular evening prayers. The words were slightly different but not significantly. I rapidly fell into the rhythm and found it a very restful, meditative time. I became aware that the Vicar, had noticed someone in the group knew what to do. I found her watching me on occasion. With a couple of gestures, I think I gave away that I wasn't Anglican, but even after it was all over and we were leaving, ...