Bluenose Girl

Day trip to Bath

A couple of weeks ago I took a day trip to bath using my handy rail pass. It is in a very pretty part of the country. Think Jane Austin books. I have been to Bath before. In 1998 on my very first visit to England I flew to London and took the train right to Bath and spent my first night ever in England there. It was interesting to see how my memories of Bath (which where my first impressions of England) stood the test of time. What was once so new to me, is now very familiar.The Cathedral [![](http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_V5XXRON3lMc/RoQ2HKNWVkI/AAAAAAAAAVc/iyH6qeR-b98/s320/P1010643.JPG)](http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_V5XXRON3lMc/RoQ2HKNWVkI/AAAAAAAAAVc/iyH6qeR-b98/s1600-h/P1010643.JPG) Georgian Houses [![](http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_V5XXRON3lMc/RoQ2HqNWVlI/AAAAAAAAAVk/jD8zVsnmq68/s320/P1010645.JPG)](http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_V5XXRON3lMc/RoQ2HqNWVlI/AAAAAAAAAVk/jD8zVsnmq68/s1600-h/P1010645.JPG) They have the most beautiful flowers for sale all over England. [![](http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_V5XXRON3lMc/RoQ2H6NWVmI/AAAAAAAAAVs/--SUHc71tNU/s320/P1010649.JPG)](http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_V5XXRON3lMc/RoQ2H6NWVmI/AAAAAAAAAVs/--SUHc71tNU/s1600-h/P1010649.JPG)
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