Bath is somewhere that I could have spent a hell of a lot more time in. Our final stop on the day tour (see stops one and two), we arrived in Bath just as the sun was setting, around, oh, 3.30pm. I still can't get over that. It was beautiful though and well worth the effort. The Roman Baths were interesting, and made for some really pretty photographs, but what I enjoyed the most was actually the town itself. The Christmas Market was adorable, full of interesting people and cute little stalls. I bought a little wooden frog that makes croaking noises and some delicious caramelised peanuts, a delicacy that was foreign to me prior to this visit. There was one little shop I visited where I had to descend down some steps into the tiniest space, there was barely enough room for the mini drinks fridge I was seeking. Apparently the town is a University town, making it all the more appealing as a place for me to return to. I would love to explore the place more, especially in the day light. I would've liked to explore the abbey and the surrounding areas, as well as all the other things the town has to offer, but the tour was only meant to show me the highlights, and I suppose it achieved that.
Hi! I'm Louise. I am a writer, photographer, traveler, book fanatic and blogger. I love to post about my adventures and the little things I do that make life fun.
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