Wednesday, 17 December 2008

Day 2 in Bath

On our second day we decided to go visit the Roman Baths, because you can't go to Bath and not see them can you?! They are very impressive.

roman baths

roman baths

me by the baths
Look at how steamy it was! And to think that's all heated naturally underground. It is quite impressive. It smells a bit sulphurous though. You can drink the water in the pump room but apparently it is an acquired taste.

cream tea
We then had a cream tea at the Jane Austen Regency tea rooms. We didn't look around the museum though because we were being tight-fisted and didn't want to pay £5 each! Haha. Those scones were amazing, they were buttermilk scones. I'm going to try to recreate them for Scott because he loved them.

We then went inside the Abbey which was just as impressive as the outside too. it's amazing to think it's over 500 years old and people have been worshipping on that same site for over 1000 years.
bath abbey

7 comments:

  1. The steam is lovely and now I'm hungry for scones.

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  2. Look at that steam!! you dressed so cute, great tourist clothing.

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  3. I adore you outfit and it looks like such a romantic visit! I would love to visit some Austen haunts.

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  4. i haven't had scones in the longest time!! i should go have some this weekend =)

    ♥sb

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  5. Oh my goodness this looks soooooo lovely!!!

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  6. I had the best scones ever in at Dartmouth Castle in Devon. Clotted cream and raspberry jam all over them, yum yum.

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  7. oh so prtty pictures of the bath :D

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