The best thing about traveling on your own, is the amount of freedom you have over everything. As I wasn't on any kind of schedule, and because I grew so fond of this little city, I was so reluctant to just walk back to the station and leave. So I took the opportunity to take a walk around Parade Park, and here are some shots I took during my stroll.
目前分類：【英格蘭】巴斯 Bath (6)
- Nov 12 Fri 2010 08:45
- Oct 06 Wed 2010 09:59
I think this must be the most well-known and popular tourist attractions in Bath. Not surprisingly, it is also the most expensive of all tourist attractions here. I must say, though, that it is completely worth it.
- Oct 05 Tue 2010 08:43
Like I said before, Bath Abbey isn't very big at all, and it doesn't take very long to see everything you need to see. Even if you spend a lot of time just sitting there, absorbing its grandeur and historic atmosphere, you still won't need more than an hour. The best thing for me, was the tower climb. After Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral, this is my second climb up a church tower, but it might as well be my first, as this time, there is no elevator.
- Oct 04 Mon 2010 09:28
Welcome to the world of Jane Austen. The thing I love most about English cities, is how you can always find literary traces in them. In Stratford-upon-Avon, everything is about Shakespeare. In the Lake District, Wordsworth; Canterbury, Marlowe; and the list just goes on and on and on. I don't visit every single one of these places. Although I've always thought it important to learn bits and pieces about things that might not be of particular interest, I think having a bit of knowledge does help you absorb whatever it is you might learn from these visits.
- Sep 30 Thu 2010 10:40
Bath Abbey, an Anglican parish church founded in the 7th century, is probably on the top of the list for many visitors to the UK, including mine. The grandeur of its outside structure may not strike as a place of magnificence, but once you walk in, you must realise, that the air your breathing, has the scent of 'history'!