Roman Bath

Trip Start Jul 17, 2010
Trip End Sep 01, 2010

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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

11 Aug
Left Bodmin and drove via Exeter were we stopped at a motor way stop for coffee and a stickey bun & saw in the car park a  1921 Lancaster car with, no clutch, front brakes
or petrol gauge. Drove on A30 & A303 to Bath(120 miles) staying at a B&B which is 1890 house Dene Villa Josie & Brian our wounderful hosts, Had a nice pub meal at The Weston Di had a pint of  local cider.

12 Aug This morning is wonderful lots of blue sky and warm just right for our sight seeing of Bath.
           Got a cab into town at 10-10 only cost 10gbp for 6 of us, Don, Bob and I spent about 75 min in the Roman Baths which was well worth it a great history lesson we really enjoyed it, the girls looked at some shops. we also did two open top bus tours
and walked around the city up to the Royal Cresent and then over the Pultney Bridge and we all had tea and Sally Lunn buns at the original shop, took lots of pics inc bricked up windows as at
one time you were taxed on  the windows you had over 6 in your house hence the saying
"daylight robbery" had a beer in town got home at 6pm, another good day. of to the Cotswolds
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Julie on

Another great update thank you, with lots of great photos.
We are off to Hamilton this weekend for their dance. Weather not the best ,windy and forcast says bad weather.
Kari came home from hospital on Monday but went back in on Wednesday night. Jack had jaundice and he needed to go under the blue light. Kari was a bit upset but I,m sure all will be fine. She can,t wait to get home again. Aaron is still on parternity leave so he can be home with her. He is marvelous a great help.
Think of you everyday.
Take care and lots of love Julie.

Di and Mick Scivier on

Great photos of Bath, hope you are all having a wonderful time.
Just love Bath. Lauren worked in the backpackers there.
All good here, Mick in Aussie at present golfing for 5 days.
Safe travels and lots of love Di and Mick

Dexter & Jo Ann on

Really enjoying your blog & pics. Your's is the trip of a lifetime! Sometime soon you will have to visit our North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains again. We really need to see your shining faces again here at Squibb's Crib. We are well, but are having NO RAIN whatsoever and our plants/lawn are suffering badly. Much love to you both.

AJ on

All looks wonderful!!! Hope you enjoyed Paris AllRoses and enjoy all the Lunns and stickey buns...Glass is up on yonder deck and Dennis the deck man called around...It's rainin lots but some lovely days in between here and evrythin's tickin along...Miss you guys! Take care and look forward to the next episode of the Allsearose diaries...Arohanuinuinui

AJ from NZ

xoxoxo Love you Mum and Donny!!! Love to Maween, Bob, Lowain and Wodger 2...

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