guest post: susannah conway.
Hey everybody! So happy to be in Victoria’s space while she’s enjoying a well-deserved holiday, and oh my, it’s so tempting to run amok on her blog while she’s not looking!
I thought about sharing Polaroids from my recent trip to San Francisco to give you my Brit Girl view of the city, but instead I’ve decided to give you a peek into my world as I spend my last few weeks in Bath before relocating back to London.
According to Wikipedia, Bath was granted city status by Royal Charter in 1590; in reality it’s the size of a small town, and was first established as a spa resort by the Romans in AD 43. Walking through the streets today you’re confronted with history every which way you turn, from the impressive Georgian architecture of the Crescent to the Gothic splendor of Bath Abbey; more recent additions like Jamie’s Italian, The Makery and the new Thermae spa help to ensure the city has the right mix of new and old, leisure and culture. So while I pack my cameras ready for a new adventure in the capital, here’s a few of my favourite Bath spots. Enjoy!