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When the Romans first visited Bath they found an amazing natural phenomenon: natural hot springs. An endless flow of hot, steaming water bubbling from the depths of the earth. Amazed, they started building a huge complex around the springs which included temples and a massive spa complete with baths, heated rooms and icy plunge pools.

For the roman citizens of Aquae Sulis (Bath) bathing was a part of life and it’s definitely a wonderful place to explore. Get up early, enjoy the sunshine and beat the crowds! After go and have a warming breakfast in the stunning Pump Rooms which are attached to the roman baths.

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  1. 22nd January 2018 / 16:23

    Such gorgeous photos! Thank you so much for the brief history of Bath! I didn’t know that about the town! I really do need to go there one day!


    • theleachlife
      27th January 2018 / 09:15

      I’m so glad you like the photos, Didier! Bath has got such a fascinating history – you should definitely visit one day!

    • theleachlife
      27th January 2018 / 09:16

      The architecture was truly stunning – thank you for reading!

  2. 24th January 2018 / 03:24

    You have beautiful photos! Love how they show off the architecture so wonderfully. Makes me want to go see it all in person too one day!


    • theleachlife
      27th January 2018 / 09:17

      Thank you so much! The architecture is even more stunning in person!

    • theleachlife
      27th January 2018 / 09:17

      I completely agree – when you get the perfect light on the gorgeous stone it’s stunning!

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