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Now all I'm going to say is if you haven't already been to Bath, then please visit. It's not a city that I've really thought about much before, but after my visit the other day I have totally and utterly fallen in love with it. To start they have these quirky little cafe's in the quiet back streets out of the way of the hustle and bustle of the tourists. These look like those hipster cafe's you can only dream of going to while scrolling through your instagram feed, and I bet they're still one of those places that charge you £8 for a coffee, but when they look like they do you can't really be mad. Now of course we didn't dare to go in considering that we're students literally clinging onto our money, we had to practically drag each other away from this place while trying really hard not to cry about it.

As we walked further away from the busy centre we reached a little park, so beautiful that it literally took us 10 minutes to walk down the steps into it because we just could not stop taking photos. Picturesque, full of nature and peaceful.. everything you could ever want on a calm Thursday morning. (well peaceful without the piercing screams of children throwing a little midday tantrum). But even that couldn't ruin the lovely walk that we were taking around there.

Everything about this little city was so perfect, with symmetrical houses all in perfect lines. The pathways and roads so clean and clear. Colourful doors with grand knockers on them. Original buildings that had clearly been untouched. It was strange a city so lived in, but so original holding so much history. It is truly a one of a kind city. Now I promised myself that I would keep this short and I will let you see for yourselves with these pictures below.

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Until next time, my loves xo