Bath

Hello there!

This is a blog on a day trip to the stunning and somewhat small city of Bath, in Southwest England. Bath is known for its natural hot springs and Georgian Architecture, with its honey-coloured bath stones. It is roughly 120kms from Guildford. And of course, Stien and I decided to take the train.┬áTo give you more details, We travelled in the off-peak hour – because the return tickets are cheaper and um, I can’t wake up early ­čśŤ That’s around 32 pounds on the return train ticket to Bath; a two-hour journey both ways via Reading.

Stien has a cool book which lists out all the places worth visiting in different cities of the UK. We did a 4-hour walking-tour that covered most important┬ámonuments of Bath. Here’s how we walked..Enjoy! x

Tower of Bath Abbey as seen from inside the Roman Bath Complex

The Roman bath – sources water from the adjacent hot-spring pool.

Bath Abbey as seen from the Bath Street

Fan Vault of Bath Abbey

We don’t know what this park by the river is called, but it was quite ‘restorative’

I love thinking!

She loves reading!

The Empire hotel under renovation

The Pulteney Bridge

Enroute… by the Queen’s Park

The Circus

The Royal Crescent

Probably need a wide-angle lens for this one here!

 

Sadh