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Most of our trips in the States or abroad are one-stop destinations — a major city to explore, a festival celebrating an event, a peaceful state park. But if I could go back to one location, stay for a couple … Continue reading
One of the main attractions, if not THE main attraction, in Bath, England is the 2,000-year-old site of the Roman Baths. It’s here that you can roam ancient ruins, soak up the culture of Aquae Sulis (named for the goddess Sulis) and … Continue reading
Sometimes gray days just add to the atmosphere. At least it did the day we left London to see Stonehenge, one of those places we had read about for years but really didn’t know if we’d see in our lifetime. … Continue reading
Dear Readers, It seems that not all owners of penthouses in Bath’s Royal Crescent (built 1767 – 1774) felt compelled to adhere to tradition when it came to the requirement of all white doors in this finest example of Georgian architecture … Continue reading
Dear Readers, Since our driver in the Bath area had an established rapport with The Royal Crescent Hotel and Spa in Bath, he afforded us the opportunity to enter this venerable establishment to get a glimpse of its stately … Continue reading
Dear Readers, We think doors in the Cotswolds just ooze charm. Maybe it’s because they’re shorter than ours in the States. Maybe it’s because the hold wreaths or garlands or signs of the season. You may be looking at this … Continue reading
After a whirlwind tour of France and England these last two weeks and with so much to do before we celebrate the holidays ourselves, we’re offering you, our readers, small glimpses of the English holiday season rather than lengthy posts … Continue reading