Taking A Bath

Way back in 2008, Lori and were on a road-trip through parts of Southwestern England.  We spent a day and a night in this beautiful city on the Avon. Bath, UK is best known for its Roman Baths, from which the city took its name.


This is a shot from poolside.  The water is a mineral hot spring.  Not bad shape for 2000 years old.


This a view from a bit higher up.


Like most cities in Europe, it has a fine cathedral.


Not to mention some distinctly English architecture.  We had an enjoyable day and evening here, with family and friends.  Look forward to passing through again someday.

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I enjoy travel, sports, music (a dedicated site at http://therealcanadianmusicblog.com/) and anything else that jumps up at me for the moment, which is why I blog. There will be lots of travel posts, pictures and our videos as well as a smattering of sports and humour. I enjoy promoting Canada and am unabashedly a proud Albertan

Posted on January 7, 2013, in Bath, Europe, United Kingdom and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.

  1. There’s something about ancient European architecture that always gets me.
    Those Baths are stunning!

  2. I seriously need to travel Europe and enjoy.the architecture… Great shots!

  3. Hi,
    Still looks fabulous after 2,000 years, just amazing, great photos.

  4. Stunning and it never gets old.

  5. Dave Knickerbocker

    I’ve been to England several times and have never heard of this. We’ll have to take a look next time.

  6. My son and DIL (she’s a Londoner) were there recently and thought it was amazing but said I might have a prob going in water that a zillion others have been in cos I’m a bit of a clean freak.

  7. Wonderful pictures. This is one place I didn’t get to visit on my trip to the UK. I shall live vicariously, or rather bathe vicariously, through you. Oh, can you get my back?

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