Bath in Pictures

It’s the weekend! And, to celebrate, today’s post is about a weekend trip Andy and I took a few weeks ago to Bath, England. Our book worm readers will know Bath as the place Jane Austen lived in for several years and the place where her museum is currently located. Not being a huge Jane Austen fan, I did not know this but instead came to know Bath when some neighbors raved about the city upon my arrival in London and said I should make it a point to visit.

So Andy, Penny and I made the three hour drive from London to Bath for a long weekend. I’ll share a short review about the trip later (including the amazing cottage we stayed at), but for now, enjoy the pics from our weekend getaway.

We stayed in a cottage 20 mins outside of Bath, in a town called Freshford. The cottage is located on a farm and offers beautiful views.



There were several footpaths which were great for taking Penny out on walks.


It was a beautiful day in Bath.



The Abbey – the main church located right in the center of the city.IMG_6397


The Roman Baths – one of the main attractions in Bath and totally worth seeing.

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Actual tile from the original bathhouse (repainted of course).

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Lunch at Sally Lunn’s. Famous for its Bath Buns.

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They have a small museum and gift shop in the lower level where you can pick up buns to go.


The river and the rugby stadium.

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The Royal Crescent – stunning to see.


Be on the lookout for next week’s post where I’ll share a brief review on Bath and the reasons why I’m looking forward to going back.

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