The Weekly Photo: Bath, England

By Nomadic Matt | Published February 5th, 2012

Looking out from the Roman baths in Bath, England and onto the big church in town

Looking out from the Roman baths in Bath, England

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Thanks! I loved Bath!! I was there 4 years ago, exactly in January and I had not realised it was so until this picture made me think of it… It did not stop raining, but well, at least it was not snowing, and I fed everyday of tea and Sally Lunn’s buns…

NomadicMatt

I only went for a day trip from Bristol but I thought it was great.

Imelda Quinones

Bath was really sych a niceplace for tourist. i was there 2003 and i indeed enjoyed my trip my my sisters there. seeing all Roman Baths u could already imagine how the spa^s today originated.. now here in the Phils where ever you go there is a Spa available for all your beauty and relaxation needs… how i Love Bath, England

I have always wanted to visit Bath. I visited York last year and loved the history of the place and Bath having its strong Roman ties i would most certainly enjoy it

I had the pleasure of visiting Bath a few years back, my friend was at uni there. A beautifully historic town and the pubs weren’t bad either.

Gorgeous. I lived in the UK for 6 years and never made it to Bath… kicking myself

Calum

Hey Matt,

been following your blog for a while!

Hope you enjoyed England :)

If you ever happen to visit the beautifully historic city of Norwich ( we have a castle and more pubs than you could shake a stick at ) and need some ideas of where to go or even an amateur tour guide, feel free to drop me a line.

Enjoy your travels,

Calum

Jesse

Hi Matt! I stumbled upon your site with my fiance, as we are doing a lot of research for our honeymoon (Southeast Asia; Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia…and possibly NOT Vietnam, given your experience there!) Anyways- fantastic site. You live the life I desperately want. I live in NYC, and am a freelance writer who also works in marketing. But really I would love to just give it all up for the “nomadic life.” My first trip “abroad” (not counting Canada or Mexico, of course) started with a day in Bath. I went with my mother, and it was, in true British-January fashion, rainy and cold, albeit beautiful. From there we went on to London and Paris, and that was just the tip of the iceberg in terms of what I hope to accomplish traveling. I am so happy to have found your site, wish you the absolute best, and can’t wait to read more.

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