Bath Abbey - outside and inside.
The Assembly Rooms where the members of the ton gathered in Georgian Times for entertainments.
And this is the Guildhall which was also a popular place for entertainment in the Georgian era.
These next photos are of the Roman Baths. Aqua Sulis, as Bath was known to the Romans, was very popular because of the waters. Yes, that's steam - the water was 40ºC when it flowed into this pool! If you see any bubbles in the water, it's not heat, it's gases. I thought we'd be able to smell sulphur, but we couldn't - thankfully! :oD
And finally - a couple of strange ones. This is not a statue. It's a real person dressed up like a statue. The pigeons kept landing on him so he had them fooled!
And Joanna wanted to try on a corset - who knows why? And the funny face? Again, who knows why? Good for a laugh!