Travel – Birthday Vacation: Bath Part I

Hello from London! G and I took a quick getaway to visit Bath the day after I arrived. It was a short train ride (1.5 hours) from London and we stayed for a night. I enjoyed exploring the charming quaint town filled with rich history. It was a memorable trip and I look forward to returning for another visit! (WARNING: Picture heavy post!)

London Paddington Train Station

London Paddington Train Station

London Paddington StationLondon Paddington Station

Bath Water is Best

Red ATM Cash Machine Paypoint England

Lane towards St Andrews Terrace

Doors in Bath

St Andrews Terrace

As we were wandering around, we came across Cafe Lucca where we ended up having lunch. We both had the herb grilled chicken where it was essentially pesto with grilled chicken and it was just delicious! Thinking about it makes me want some now. Heh. I also really like The Loft that is adjunct to Cafe Lucca, a store that sells clothes and homeware.

Cafe Lucca and The Loft

Desserts at Cafe Lucca BathCafe Lucca

Flowers Cafe Lucca

Cafe Lucca

Cafe LuccaThe Loft

Itchy Feet BathItchy Feet, store right across from The Loft & Cafe Lucca

After lunch, we headed to the Jane Austen Centre and I got to learned more about the author although I admit that I’ve never actually read any of her books but I’ve definitely watched the movie adaptations.

Jane Austen Center Bath, England

Gay Street across from Jane Austen CenterJane Austen Centre on Gay Street

While heading to the Roman Baths after visiting the Jane Austen Centre, we stumbled upon Scarlet Vintage. I found out about the store from Tuula Vintage’s post and was eager to check out what they have in store. Sadly, I didn’t find anything but they definitely have a nice selection of scarves.

Scarlet Vintage 5 Queen Street, Bath

Scarlet Vintage 5 Queen Street, BathScarlet Vintage

Bath Abbey

Bath AbbeyBath Abbey

Bath Guildhall MarketBath Guildhall Market

Sign post Bath


Keep Calm and Carry On and On

Bath is of course famous for the Roman Baths, so the trip wouldn’t be complete if we didn’t visit! Some snapshots from the museum and the Baths.

Roman Bath Museum

Roman Baths Museum

Roman Baths Museum

Head of Minerva Roman Bath Museum

Roman Baths

View of the Abbey from the Roman BathsView of the Abbey from the Roman Baths

Dinner was next after we got done exploring the Roman Baths and we went to Hall and Woodhouse, a restaurant that was recommended here. I loved the leek and mushroom quiche that I had but G thought the burger was nothing to shout about. I also ordered a Scottish egg to share and we’ve never had it so we thought it would be nice to try something different. Sadly, our taste palettes didn’t quite like it. We felt the herbs that was used was little too strong and overpowering.

Beer selection at Hall & Woodhouse BathSelection of beer at Hall & Woodhouse

Dinner spread Hall & Woodhouse BathOur dinner spread at Hall & Woodhouse

And that was our first day in Bath! More pictures to come for our second day!

Hope you’re enjoying your Memorial Day weekend! 🙂

8 thoughts on “Travel – Birthday Vacation: Bath Part I

  1. hello katie girl

    I loved looking at all of your pictures of Bath! I’d like to have tea at the Jane Austin museum. Sounds like you are having a wonderful time and keeping busy!

    1. fauxionista Post author

      Thank you, Katie. You’re always so kind with your words. I’ll hopefully be able to finish editing the rest of the pictures for Bath soon. Stay tuned! 🙂

  2. pitgat

    Happy birthday! The pictures are amazing, very beautiful! I went to Bath last year and I also have the most wonderful memories! So beautiful and with an air of the past, but being modern anyway! The shops are amazing and the cakes too 🙂

    1. fauxionista Post author

      Thank you for the birthday wishes and compliment, Denise! 🙂 I look forward to my next visit to Bath!


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