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Seven reasons to visit the City of Bath, England

Written by happysh2009 on 12 Apr, 2012

The City of Bath is located in the south-west of England. It is one of the greatest cities in the world and has been attracting visitors for over 2000 years. The Georgian City is a World Heritage City and its history goes back to the…Read More

Bath Shopping

Written by Joy S on 21 Nov, 2010

Bath is truely a shopper's paradise. There are hundreds of independently owned shops selling unusual things. There are also a lot of specialist shops, including craft shops, jewellers, toy shops and antique shops. It is so different from most of the other…Read More

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Bath Sightseeing

Written by Joy S on 21 Nov, 2010

We started our day of sightseeing in Bath at the Abbey. It was started in 1499 and built on the ruins of the former Norman Cathedral. You can go up the tower for a view of Bath. It costs £5.00.…Read More

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Tips and Hints

Written by Joy S on 17 Nov, 2010

* Bath has a serious traffic problem - especially during rush hour. There is also a tricky one way system to navigate and it is very easy to get lost. Park and ride services exist, but the best thing to do is leave…Read More

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Overview and Highlights

Written by Joy S on 16 Nov, 2010

Ask anybody for their ideal image of any English city and chances are they'll come up with something close to Bath - a fashionable haunt for the cream of British society for the last 300 years. It has grand Georgian terraces, Palladian parades and…Read More

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Written by aboutthatplace on 21 Jun, 2010

DAYS SIX and SEVENAnother day of weak coffee (Martin Carwardine) and a train ride to Bath, a World Heritage city. In 860 B.C. Prince Bladud caught leprosy and was banned from the court, forced to look after swine, which also had leprosy, until the…Read More

Shopping in Bath

Written by Essexgirl09 on 09 Apr, 2010

Most people wouldn’t go to Bath just to shop; the city has much more to offer than that. However, most of the shops here are centrally located and in a pedestrianised area. They also have a good range of independent stores if you browse…Read More

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Lost in Austen

Written by Essexgirl09 on 04 Apr, 2010

I am a big fan of Jane Austen, so I was really excited when searching for guided walks around Bath when I saw that that a Jane Austen walk was offered by the Jane Austen Centre. The walk is only on Saturdays, Sundays and…Read More

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Bath for the Last Limping Leg of the Trip

Written by tvordj on 13 Jan, 2009

Jane isn’t working this morning so accompanied me to the train. I felt sick this morning but a bit better on the train after some water and Tylenol. In Bath, I booked the Edgar Hotel, which is located on the wide Georgian Great Pulteney Street…Read More

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Shopping in Bath

Written by zabelle on 23 Jan, 2008

Bartlett Street Antiques Center Bartlett StThis is a very upscale antiques shop with more than forty dealers. Almost everything is in a glass case. This is not the shop to go to if you are looking for a good selection of furniture. However, if you…Read More

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