Monday, 24 March 2008

Marley In Bath

I spent Easter Saturday visiting some friends in Bath, a town about 55 miles South of Cheltenham. Bath is quite similar to Cheltenham as it also has lots of Regency buildings and is renowned for its Spa history. Here are a few of the photos I took. I hope you enjoy them.

The world famous Royal Crescent.

One of the lions on top of the gated entrance to the Royal Park.

A violin playing, tightrope walking street entertainer.

The front of Bath Abbey.

The inside of the Abbey.

A more detailed photo of the stunning stained glass window.
Bath is a favourite haunt for tourists from all over the world and Saturday was no exception. The town was heaving with people. There are loads of things to see in Bath and it would have been nice to be able to explore with a few less visitors, but I still had an excellent day.
Back to Cheltenham photos tomorrow. Come back to see what I can come up with!


Jim Klenke said...

Great pictures, the Abbey looks wonderful.

Fénix - Bostonscapes said...

What a wonderful post, Marley. That abbey is magnificent. The architecture, oh those details! And the windows... Bath, what a city!

edwin s said...

Wow! Great shots. You obviously had a great day in Bath. The details of the stained glass is lush.

Have a great week ahead Marley. :)

Chuck Pefley said...

The cathedral is striking, but I'm really intrigued by the fiddler on the tightrope. Always amazing the lengths buskers will go to perform their art in a way that sets them apart. Nice group of images. ~Chuck

Louis la Vache said...

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À bientôt!

Unknown said...

Phew had to look through my fingers there for a second, i thought it said Marley IN the bath. The city's fab isn't it. Well photographed!

Lori said...

I visited Bath many many years ago and just loved it. Your photos bring me back to that visit. What a beautiful place! Did you have some Sally Lunn's buns? That cathedral is spectacular!

Neva said...

I am always amazed that the stained glass in old churches are, first of all...there....and beautiful. It seems like it would have been impossible to do the stained glass back then but obviously ....not. Love your photos from Bath, I could use a spa day!

Ming the Merciless said...

When I was in graduate school, one of my best friends went to Bath and London on a student exchange program and she told me all about the Roman history of spas there.

Did you take a photo of the coliseum like structure that houses the public bath?

brian stout said...

so beautiful... i just love the upward view inside the abbey, it's amazing...i don't know that i'd like to be inside there in an earthquake though!

Rob said...

Stunning! Breathtaking photos you have captured here in this Abbey!

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