WALK WITH ME: Brunch in Bath, England

Wednesday, March 27, 2019


I am rolling out more photo diaries! Bath for me was a lovely place to get lost in. I just loved the overall feel of this city, even its colors. It feels old, but very charming.




Beside Putney River



We had brunch at the park which overlooked Putney River.


This was me, eating a banana before going inside the Bath Abbey hehe.


My sister and I! I remember this shot clearly, with my dad over at the other side, telling us to smile. Do you remember those times when you were still small, and your parents seemed so tall, and they'd take your pictures as you run around the house or your garden. It's the same feels until now, and I tell you, that I appreciate such moments.


Here's little Mozart.



I liked this photo because 1) this is Putney River, and 2) the couple at the left. :") It was indeed a gloomy time of the day, but it was lovely just watch and hear the water flowing. I strongly believe in how they say that being near a body of water in itself is already therapeutic.

Bath Abbey




Do I dare tire of seeing fan-vaulted ceilings? Not in this trip.



Yet another historic place that has been standing since the 7th century. It may not be as big as all the other Cathedrals I've seen, but it is beautiful. 

King's Circus






And then a walk uphill led us to the King's Circus. The Royal Crescent is much bigger than this, although seeing this was already an architectural wonder that instantly overwhelmed me! 

It's funny to think that there are actual people renting these apartments at the moment. I wonder how they must feel to be living in such a historic townhouse. 





People just strolling around, enjoying the afternoon. There's my sister on the last photo. She's always walking fast, and it's fun to keep up with her.

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There were plenty of things to see in Bath, though we didn't have the luxury of time. One thing that I learned about travelling is that, I won't get to see everything in one go. It's so much better to just set my own pace, and focus on what I do get to see, because it holds much meaning to how I got to experience it. 

I hope you enjoyed this little walk with me. : - ) 


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4 comments

  1. Oh, I'm so jealous you got to explore Bath tbis thoroughly! I only got like 2 hours at the city 😭🙈 Lovely pictures, dear!

    Xoxo,
    Laura || afinnontheloose.com

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    1. Thanks Laura!! We wanted more time around actually, I think a whole day is needed to fully appreciate this lovely historic place ♡

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  2. Wow, I absolutely love stained glass windows! The windows in the Bath Abbey are so pretty. The aparentments (townhouses) just after are really neat too. I have always wanted to visit the UK.

    Kirsten || storyboutagirl.org

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    1. Bath was indeed beautiful. I think there's something for everyone here. I hope you get to go some day! There's so much to see and explore. ♡

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