Georgian Architecture || Roman Baths || UNESCO World Heritage


Is That All it Is? Rocks?

That was one of the comments we overheard from a little girl as we visited Stonehenge and I have to say, I kind of have to agree with her. Gasp! What? That's what some of you with more knowledge and interest in that period of history are probably thinking right now...

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Bathing Like the Romans in Bath

Is it possible to visit Bath without visiting the place that gave the city its name in the first place? I suppose it is, but I think you'd be missing it out on some great history and architecture if you didn't go to the Roman Baths so I'd highly recommend a visit to...

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A Taste of the Georgian Life at No 1 Royal Crescent

After our wonderful historical walking tour around the city of Bath we thought we'd visit the Roman Baths but with a great long line we changed up our plans a little and headed to the Royal Crescent instead. Everyone must have been at the baths because when we arrived...

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A Historical Walking Tour of Bath, England

Founded in 1934, the Mayor of Bath's Corps of Honorary Guides have been showing visitors around just about every day since - even during the period of the Second World War. By 1960 new volunteer guides started attending formal training sessions and local experts gave...

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One Weekend at a Time: Bath, UK

Until we have the luxury of traveling around the world for weeks or months at a time (you know, when we win the lottery) L and I are content making the most of the trips we are able to take. Of course this means pesky things like budgets and vacation time from our...

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