Although I have been to England a few times now I have never been to Bath. My younger daughter had been before but it was included on our trip as her partner, like me, hadn’t been there either. I am so glad it was on our itinerary. What a wonderful place and a must visit if you get to England.
We were there for two nights and stayed in a lovely apartment which was called Below Stairs for obvious reasons. The accommodation was part of The Henry Guesthouse.
As you probably know I am not a city person and the sight of the crowds when we arrived on the weekend were a little off-putting. Thankfully most had gone by the next day and we were able to go to the Roman Baths without the crowds. Wow!
You really must see the baths. What an incredible glimpse of history. I took loads of photos as I knew my husband would have loved to see it all. I think I have convinced him to visit next time we are in England.
The architecture in Bath was also beautiful. This is the Royal Crescent. This crescent is often featured in period dramas on television or movies.
This bridge has shops on either side and is one of only four in the world. It is called Pulteney Bridge.
While we were in Bath my daughter and I visited a costume exhibition in the Fashion Museum at the Assembly Rooms. The exhibition was a History of Fashion in 100 Objects. It was a great exhibition and the dress-up clothes were of a very high standard!