Travel with Me / Bath

Travel with Me / Bath, Bath, England (B)

After leaving London for the second stop on our big adventure, we took the train to Bristol which was our home base for the next three nights. We stayed at the Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Centre right next to the Bristol Temple Meads train station. It was the perfect location as we took a couple of day trips by train during our stay, and we didn’t spend much time in Bristol itself. The hotel was very clean and affordable.

As I did in my London post, I will underline that activities and places that I consider to be “must-dos” for your trip to Bath.

Our first day trip from Bristol was to the beautiful Roman city of Bath! It was a very easy fifteen minute train ride.

We weren’t a huge fan of the fake coffee offered at our hotel, so coffee was the priority when we first arrived in Bath (naturally). We found an excellent coffee shop called Society Cafe offering pour-overs, Aeropress, single origin espressos, tea, and hot chocolate. We sat there, sipping our coffees and flipping through The Bath Magazine (gathering dinner ideas) while waiting for our walking tour to start. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Travel with Me / Bath
Guide Location: England » Bath
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Emily Abernathy
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Society Cafe
  • Bath Abbey
  • Bath Pump Room
  • the Royal Crescent
  • King’s Circus
  • Pulteney Bridge
  • Sally Lunn’s
  • Mr. B’s Emporium of Reading Delights
  • Pulteney Arms