Tuesday, 19 November 2013
All the stonework and the buildings tie in with the feel of the place, even new builds use the same pale yellow stone and are designed in keeping with the old and original.
The Roman Baths is a fantastic place to visit, so interesting to see and the guided talk is brilliant. I recommend going in the evening as they light the actual baths with candles, it is breathtaking. And of course you have the history of the Goddess Sulis there as well. www.romanbaths.co.uk
The town itself has all the usual high street stores but also lots of independent and unusual ones as well along with huge amounts of restaurants and cafes. We can highly recommend Bills and The Roman Baths Kitchen.
There are also lovely walks to be taken all along the riverside, which was especially beautiful with all the autumn trees.
I could quite happily live there!