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Bath 2014

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Stall St, Bath BA1 1LZ, UK
The famous Roman Baths were worth the visit. The museum is very comprehensive and seeing the baths themselves was like taking a step back in time - especially with the help of the actor dressed as a Roman merchant!
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Bath BA1 1LT, UK
Wherever you are in Europe, you're never far from a cathedral with hundreds of steps leading to a church tower boasting sweeping views of whatever city or town lies beneath. Bath Abbey is one of those cathedrals, but its 212 stairs are worth every...
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Pulteney Bridge, Bath, UK
This bridge is the oldest in Bath and is lined with quaint little shops across the length of it. I loved Bath because it was so picturesque and quaint, and the people are lovely!
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Bath, UK
For me, this epitomizes Bath and country England: pale blue skies mottled by clouds, buildings bathed in gold sunlight, old cathedrals, and of course, iconic red double-decker buses.
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2-4 Gold Hill, Shaftesbury SP7 8LY, UK
The Salt Cellar is perched at the top of Gold Hill in Shaftesbury with sweeping views across the Blackmore Vale. This very picturesque hill is really steep and has been used in films. This is a very popular cafe with locals and sits underneath the...
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Glastonbury Tor, Glastonbury BA6 8BG, UK
When aimlessly traveling the English country side I came across the Glastonbury Tor and the remnants of the Observatory Monks built hundreds of years ago.
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Bibury, Cirencester GL7 5NW, UK
Sometimes the best experiences are the simplest ones. After a couple of business days in Birmingham, my wife and I rented a car and drove out into the Costwalds. We expected to see charming little towns, which we did, but we did not think we'd be...
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78 Cheap St, Sherborne DT9 3BJ, UK
Located on the picturesque main street in Sherborne just a few steps from the historic Market Place is The Three Wishes. This is a charming bistro and cafe which is always bustling with locals eager for a coffee after shopping or friends meeting...
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28 High St, Bruton BA10 0AE, UK
The small Somerset town of Bruton is one of the best kept secrets in the South West of England. There is a beautiful riverside walk, delightful shops, and then best of all - At The Chapel. This was once a congregational chapel and also has history...
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49 St Mary St, Cardiff CF10 1AU, UK
While in Cardiff over the weekend I visited the covered market in the city and my daugher (who goes to Cardiff University) insisted that I try a Welsh cake. This one had jam in it. We then found a cup of coffee and sat down to take a breather and...
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12 Saint Andrews Terrace, Bath BA1 2QR, UK

Get elbow deep in dough under the guidance of award–winning chef and author Richard Bertinet. During a five-day course at his eponymous cooking school in Bath, England, students learn how to ferment wild yeast in order to make sourdough bread,...