Bath, 2nd act
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It was sunny and warm so, as I gave my word, I went back to
We first had an English breakfast on a terrace in front of the Cathedral. A little bit less than 4£, it is okay... The food is not so exceptional, but the view with the Cathedral and the Roman Bath is worth the price!
The town was full of tourists, it was amazing compared to November! Some musicians were around the town centre, it was nice to listen to the music while visiting.
We went to the
In the town centre, there was a small demonstration! I was happy to see that in an English street because they always say that it is really French to demonstrate! Around 30 persons and tourists were there against the demolition of the Churchill House. Apparently, they want to do something very modern with an ancient building. I disagree too, the town centre is so pretty with those white stones everywhere... It was funny for me to see the messages like “Governors think again!” because it seems so respectful compared to French messages in demonstration! There were even a coffin on a car, I was surprised!
I noticed that to go to the Roman Bath, there was a long queue during the afternoon, whereas at the end of the morning around 11.30, it was all right.
I really like this town. One day is, I think, enough to visit it (it depends how long you stay in the Roman Bath... so amazing!). I went there twice, and twice the Cathedral was closed for visitors.
· Time spent there : 1 day
· Things to do : 8/10 (a really pretty town centre, very interesting museum with roman bath)
· How I get there : by train, the station is only at 5mn by foot from the town centre