Saturday, 2 February 2013

Day trip to Bath Part 1


Wagamama
1 York Buildings
George Street
Bath BA1 2EB
United Kingdom

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  1. Wow, what a nice trip!!! I love those buildings!!! =]

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  2. Looks like a great place! Wagamama food, yummy love it! Have a great weekend darling xoxo ES
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  3. wow looks beautiful..definitely worth the visit it seems! Did you go to Stonehenge as well?? (I think it's located close to Bath?)

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    1. I heard that Stonehenge was nearby but unfortunately I didn't visit it.

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  4. Hi Anouka! Must have been a very lovely trip! Now I got the reason of its name!:) Beautiful images and also food, you always make me want to travel you know:) Pin sone photos dear. Kisses and enjoy the weekend! xo

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  5. The town is definitely worth visiting!

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  6. Hi Anouka! Looks like I have a bit of catching up to do now I am back online! Hope you have been well xx
    We never visited Bath when we were in the UK, but I always wanted to. So much history, culture and those buildings are gorgeous! I love Wagamama's....am a massive fan of their Chilli Ramen!

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  7. Great that you went there!!! It's always been on my list after seeing a certain movie mainly taking place there (can't remember the title) and then my brother went and loved it so definitely for my next trip to London if we are there for more than a w-e! And good to know there are great shops as well minus the stressful crowds!
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    Catita

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  8. This looks so interesting...Must visit it!

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  9. So beautiful, that Roman baths! Its taking you back in time.

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  10. wauhauwie, wat een geweldige foto's!
    xoxo

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  11. omgosh i've always always wanted to go to Bath!! seriously amazing and gorgeous photos.. i mean just the idea that their are baths inside the gorgeous architecture is just amazing!

    yum seaweed salad is one of my favorite things yum yum!! :)

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  12. wow!!!you are so lucky!!!!!!!Amazing pics and city!

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  13. What was the name of the restaurant you couldn't find?

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    1. I wasn't given any name; just told that it was near Wagamama's.

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  14. love the shots! I envy you, I always wanted to visti bath, cause I read about it so many times in my lovely Jane Austen books! and the fact that there are such great stores make a trip so worth :D can´t wait to see the next post dear... I´m waiting :D

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  15. The pictures are gorgeous! I love the deep fried prawns! I think I can eat that everyday :)

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  16. Great pictures!
    I love bath and I also agree its a must visit place.
    I feel totally in love while visiting when I was studying in England.

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  17. Lovely pics! it seems interesting. I have never been in England but i want to go there this year!

    Kisses, Lucy :)
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  18. Great pictures!! it looks such a beautiful place to visit
    xx

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  19. so great pics!
    kisses!




    Angela Donava

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  20. wowwww what a lovely pictures!! like it!! http://anitce.blogspot.com/2013/02/some-insta-moments.html

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  21. I always dream when I look your pictures ^^
    Ilve them :)

    New post - Kisses
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  22. So pleased you had a great time. After living in London for many years I now find myself living and working in Bath and every day I walk down the hill into the city I admire the beautiful views. I am looking forward to your next post...

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  23. I have never ventured to Bath I must admit but it looks like a fascinating, historic place, especially from these pictures. I love up north in England so quite far away from here but I would love to visit someday.

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  24. Wow, that place looks amazing, I would love to visit the Roman baths! It would be even better if they were a spa still nowadays ;)
    xx
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    1. It has a modern spa: www.thermaebathspa.com

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  25. P.S. Merci fir den Tip mam Hotel, ech gucken mir déi Saach dann mol un :)

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  26. Wow! I never knew this town was quite so beautiful! You captured it at its best for sure and that food looks absolutely divine!
    Great travel post - love your blog!

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  27. I have never been in Bath, but you have inspired me to go. It is now definitely on my to-visit list. Seems like a very beautiful and clean town.LA By Diana Live Magazine

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  28. I need to visit the Baths, they look wonderful. How long would you say you need to spend in Bath? A weekend? X

    Luxx Mint

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  29. Bath has always been one of those UK cities I'd love to visit. I had seen some BBC Jane Austen film that was filmed in Bsth and I'd loved it!

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  30. C'est splendide, merci pour le voyage :)

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  31. I haven't actually been to Bath before despite being in the UK but it certainly looks worth a visit :)

    Laura www.shehearts.net

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