I just wasn't quite as interested as I should have been in the history of what they found or didn't find under the ruins that was Bath. I did find they were all a reconstruction and that most of the floors that you are walking on were created in the 1700's well after the roman times and they were a good 4 foot above what was really the Roman Baths of the time... so in the 1700's it was a great place to come and bathe and probably had a great set up as this is when everything else was installed to make it what it is today.
It was interesting, but NOT really what I thought it would be and didn't really get me wanting to read all the history and dramatizations about what they thought it was.
Sad to say the history was lost on me this time!! My main push was to see Stonehenge!
So we headed out into the town of Bath. We were told to try some cornish pasties while we were there. So we did.
So what is this, you're wondering?? this is the toilet in the hotel across from where we were being picked up. it was awesome and such a surprise for such a quaint old town. The feather chandelier was the kicker!
And back on the road!!
Wiltshire United Kingdom
This little town has been used for the filming of a number of films and shows - most notably Harry Potter.
And here is a photo montage of the cast and crew from Harry Potter on the streets of this little town while filming.
This is Georges Inn - a 14th Century pub with a dog powered spit.
interesting to see this on Google Maps if you're interested!
And back on the road again!
In the distance, I can SEE it!!!
with the exception of the bus A/C being out and this being a heat wave for england with 2 weeks of sunshine and temps in the 80's it was the BEST tour ever!!