Bath

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I spent 24 hours in Bath over the weekend, the first leg of my English roadtrip. I had heard of Bath and seen a couple of photos but never did I expect it to be THIS stunning in person. Hence, the major pic spam going on here. It is a tiny city and you can easily get everywhere by foot. We checked into our B&B (Thanks Sharon for being the best host!) and just spent the rest of our time in Bath walking around the beautiful city. Bath, as I learnt, is the only city in England where the entire city is a World Heritage Site which means it is carefully monitored by the UNESCO and the buildings and surroundings must remain in certain conditions. Architecture is what really makes Bath such a unique city, and most buildings are made from a local coloured Bath-stone while the architecture is Georgian. There simply is so much history and beauty in this tiny city, the Roman baths alone has it's own story to tell. The whole time I exploring, I just couldn't stop snapping pictures because this truly is one of the most visually beautiful cities I had ever been to. The people we met were sweethearts, especially our B&B host, Sharon, who runs

Rivers Street B&B

which easily a walking distance to most of the attractions Bath has to offer. Every other restaurant we walked past seemed to have some kind of award it had won before and nothing we ate was a disappointment. Our time in Bath was short but it also felt just right. Rich cultures, delicious food and stunning architecture, I really couldn't ask for anything more. It was a beautiful 24 hours and the perfect place to get lost in. I definitely recommend anyone visiting the UK to take the drive up, it is a scenic drive along the English country and spending one night there is perfect to see enough of Bath. Take the river cruise along the Avon river which shows a  different side of the city. And make sure you have Sally Lunn buns and eat plenty of scones.