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Bath, England

Bath, England.

I spent a week in London, wearing out my welcome, staying with my friend Dylan (and checking out World Travel Market). And then I spent a couple of nights staying with my friend Jacob, who I met in Vietnam, and who I was originally traveling to England to see… (That is a whole other story in itself.)

I didn’t really have a plan for what to do after London. I didn’t really have a plan for this trip at all. I had heard nice things about Bath, England, though, so I decided to book a bus ticket and travel there as my next destination.

Bath is just as lovely of a town as I’d heard, with quaint squares surrounded by shops and tea houses and the picturesque Pulteney Bridge spanning the River Avon.

I spent some time in town visiting the Roman Baths, a historical site once used for public bathing. I visited Bath Abbey, a Medieval church with a Victorian Gothic interior. And, being late November, I visited the Bath Christmas Market, and saw the Christmas lights turned on around the square at “The Christmas Lights Switch On” with a ceremony presided over by Mary Berry from The Great British Bake Off.


Bath was a lovely little getaway, a sharp departure from the bustling London, and a charming place to wander and clear my head…

Photos from Bath, England:

Bath, England

Bath, England

Bath, England

Bath, England

Bath, England

Roman Bath in Bath, England

Roman Bath in Bath, England

Roman Bath in Bath, England

Bath, England

Bath, England

Bath, England

Christmas Light turn on 2013 in Bath, England featuring Mary Berry

Christmas Light turn on 2013 in Bath, England featuring Mary Berry

Christmas Light turn on 2013 in Bath, England featuring Mary Berry

Christmas Light turn on 2013 in Bath, England featuring Mary Berry

Christmas Light turn on 2013 in Bath, England featuring Mary Berry

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