My day at bath started at 5:15 when I had to wake up and get ready in order to catch the bus by 8:15. But, despite my attempts of waking up early, we almost missed our coach. Luckily, everything worked out and we got to Stonehenge.
Even though it was absolutely freezing and super windy it was really cool to be able to see Stonehenge. The fam-bam had fun taking pictures as we walked along one of the paths so we could see it from every angle. Our time at Stonehenge was short and after we were done looking at it we went back to the coach to get on the bus and go to Bath.
Bath was beautiful and once we found out the ticket price to get into the actual Roman Baths, we quickly purchased them. It was cool to see the baths and learn a little about them. We finished the bath houses in about an hour and then went on the hunt to find a much deserved lunch. We were told to go to Crystal Palace, but unfortunately it was too busy. So by fate we stumbled into Hands Georgian Tearooms.
We were drawn in by the beautiful piano playing and the quaint restaurant. I ordered the delicious steak pie with chips and the beautiful chocolate delight sundae that Holden helped me eat. We didn’t get back to our flats until around 8:30-9. Overall Bath was a success and to anyone who travels to England I recommend you going just for the experience.
As the term wraps up I’ll be getting ready for the Harry Potter Warner Brothers Studio Tour as well as spring break. It’s crazy to think that I’m in week nine out of twelve weeks of classes, I’ll have exams and then I’ll be done with modules. After I’m done with modules I’ll have approximately two months to travel. My parents are visiting mid-May and I plan to take them to all of my favorite places. I’m shocked to see my time slipping through my fingers, but at the same time I’m making the most of it as well. I’m hoping to remain consistent with my posts until my time is over, but no promises. Anyways, until next time.