A DAY IN BATH

Tess Here and There

On a recent trip to England, I put a long overdue visit to Bath on my bucket list, and I wasn’t disappointed. With so much to see, a day long trip is not long enough. After a two hour journey from London we arrived just before 11am determined to see as much as we could, with Bath Abbey and the famous Roman Baths our first stop. England has had a very wet fall and it was raining as we followed fellow passengers on the short walk into town from the station, but the rain had not deterred visitors. The lovely old town, famous for its Georgian architecture, and a longtime centre of culture and fashion was bustling and alive with action.

Bath Abbey is among the gems of English cathedrals and churches, a place of worship since 757 AD with wonderful stained glass windows and an imposing façade. It fell…

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