Devonshire House

Address: 143 Wellsway, Bath, Somerset, England, BA2 4RZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 143 Wellsway, Bath, is near The Roman Baths, Castle Combe, Bath Street, and Ghost Walks of Bath.
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      Travel Blogs from Bath

      More in hope than anticipation ...

      A travel blog entry by jmcefalas on Nov 10, 2014

      ... able to take a few days each week to travel around, possibly even into France, and of course I could fly out and back and do city breaks if finance permits. But the six month adventure to Australia seems a long way away, as does a trip to Germany. As for random travel of the Twitter kind, that seems a lifetime away :(

      So compromise being the order of the day I shall start with one small step. A blog. More in hope than anticipation.
      ...

      Week 6 - Back to school...

      A travel blog entry by jaspers_life on Nov 09, 2014

      ... signs wishing you a happy new year! *big sigh* Sidenote: My video....is coming soon. Be prepared. But...I just wanted to remind you that the video quality may not be the best. Mainly because our camera is not exactly the best with video, and you could probably get more quality filmed with a pineapple. (I obviously exaggerated there) But I will leave you with that for this week! Have a good week, and goodbye from ...

      Fun with Fear

      A travel blog entry by brendasjoy on Nov 09, 2014

      2 comments, 24 photos

      ... the eternal self is made of the energy of love, and cannot be lost. But in severe circumstances and during times of huge transformations, the earth-based aspects have to “die” little deaths, as does all of nature. The dahlia plant dies back each winter, and the following summer rises again, but not as a weed. Its nature is to be a beautiful flower, whether it is planted in a formal garden, or a homely terra cotta pot. No matter what, I will ...

      London to Bath

      A travel blog entry by beakerage on Aug 05, 2014

      2 comments, 28 photos

      ... that walking, was a Devonshire tea. I found a cafe in the museum by a huge park which had scones with jam and cream. So I ordered a scone with jam and cream and an earl grey tea. The guy behind the counter said something about cream in my tea. I said no no, just black please, but cream for the scone. He looked at my funny and I could tell he was laughing on the inside when he explained that what I was ordering was a cream tea, which was pretty much a Devonshire tea. From what I can ...

      Last few days in UK

      A travel blog entry by pr0zak on Apr 27, 2014

      72 photos

      ... stones, I had to really stop myself from just watching them. Whatever floats your boat! We saw the fields of burrows (burial mounds), which are now inhabited by cows and sheep. There were heaps of crows around the stones as well and almost all the stones had a nest under them. The crows were constantly coming and going to bring food to their babies and were not at all afraid of us. You only get access for an hour, which was plenty given the weather, so we got ...