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Bath - the place not the tub!

Discussion in 'Personal' started by blondehecate, Dec 31, 2010.

  1. Thank you all - lots of food for thought as it were....[​IMG]
    Everyone has said how wonderful Bath is so very much looking forward to going....
    Thanks again for taking the time to comment and a very Happy New Year to all x
  2. Wells is worth a look on market day as well - bit further out though.
    Generally just wander and get lost down the little alleyways - that's where the best shops are. I used to love gingerbread in the Royal Photographic Society cafe but I gather they've moved that now since it's been years since I lived in the south-west.
  3. oldsomeman

    oldsomeman Star commenter

    I have a few happy memories of bath[​IMG]
    You can use the tour bus to show you all the imprtant places first if you want to....then i suggest you go back to the cressent which is at the top of the town and then walk down seeing all the other sights.

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