Bath Minster from a different view to the standard happy snap
Rooftops often get overlooked, but its worth looking up sometimes
The circus on the way to the Royal Cresent Its nice and features in many classic dramas
Then you have the Royal Cresent - shame but the Hotel has a lot of plastic up at the moment where the stone is being cleaned - but this sort of says it all really
Around the back of the Roman Baths there are a few nice shops as you head around to Sally Lunns - this was a 1st floor window that had been bricked up - someone had used a ladder to get up and paste this into the frame - why ? dont know, no signature, no slogan, just this. I like it.
It turned into a bit of a Retro day overall with some classic transport seen along side the new rich with their Mercs, Rollers, Astons and Range Rovers
This Lambretta was one of a pair parked up - but this one had the classic two seats, an italian flag coloured wheel cover and helmet - nice
There was some classic dining and some classic music, you really do get a better class of Busker in Bath ! it started out with classical guitarist next to the minster - he was really good, then a brass trio on the way up to the Royal Cresent, they were nice and very uplifting, then this gentleman, classic Rat Pack with a superb voice, he could have been alongside Dean, Sammy and Frankie with Louis playing away alongside.
We decided to leave after a last walk about the alleys and headed back to the car, the weather picked up with high winds and driving rain/hail so a good call as we got to the car just before it started.
All in all a really nice day.