It was a 4 hour train ride from York to Bath.
We passed through places like Leeds, Birmingham, and Gloucester.
After going to the Pizzeria we went to the Pulteney Bridge, one of the only bridges in the world that has shops on both sides of it.
Then we headed over to the River Avon and Parade Gardens.
Our second day in Bath, we went to Stonehenge which was actually in the Amesbury area.
We saw lot’s of tank crossing signs on the way there, because the British Army has some of it’s bases near Stonehenge.
It was very smoky when we arrived at Stonehenge, since the army was setting off smoke bombs for training purposes.
Nonetheless, the stones were amazing.
Before heading back to Bath we stopped in Lacock.
Lacock is famous for all the movies and tv series that have been shot there. Some include Harry Potter, Pride and Prejudice, and Downton Abbey.
We had lunch at a Tapas place for lunch, back in Bath. I had Horchata, which was pretty good.
We saw lot’s of gigantic meringues everywhere we went in England, especially in Bath.
On our third day we went to the Roman baths in the morning. We had great views of Bath Abbey from the baths.
After exploring the baths we went to the tearoom next door called the Pump Room. I had the chocolate cake and raspberry tea.
That afternoon we went to the Jane Austen Centre, where we saw a bunch of famous Jane Austen character wax figurines.
After going to the centre we saw the Circus and the Royal Crescent.
We were there during the World Cup semifinals, so the streets were desolate and the pubs were all exceeding the max capacity.
Our final day in Bath, we walked down to the River Avon one last time before leaving for the Bristol Airport.
Can you guess where our next city is? (Hint: It’s not in the U.K)