A Day In Bath 2 | SamanthiaBlogs

by - May 10, 2019

A Day In Bath 2

I really enjoyed planning and writing my last blog post about my trip to Bath and you guys seemed to really enjoy it too so I thought I would do a part/day 2 of little old me visiting Bath, as I said in my previous post I love Bath for so many different reasons. My last post was all about the food and the shops though this time we explored abit more of the structure and history around Bath. It's a big city so there's lots to explore and there is still more I've yet to see so without further ado I thought I'd share with you what we got up to on our second trip.

When we got into Bath the first place we went to was Primark (no surprises here) and josh was actually excited to go in this time (literally this never happens) so anyway I tried quite a few pairs of shoes and decided on none which I'm kind of regretting not getting now and in the end we ended up with some invisible shoe liners for me and a black hat for Josh which is actually what we went in for and I usually come out with so much more so my bank account was probably thanking me!

Our next stop was soho coffee, this has become a regular thing ever since I found out that they do chai lattes - they aren't on the menu but you can ask for it. Josh went for a salted caramel frapp and we both went for the halloumi, avocado and slaw jacket potato - it was amazing! I couldn't eat the avocado even though I've tried so many times to get myself to like it I just can't enjoy it. Apart from that I would definitely have it again as it was delicious and filled me up for the entire day.

Then we walked along to the Pulteney Bridge to appreciate the views, watch the water flowing and snapped away with our cameras. We walked further down and actually crossed the bridge to the other side where we watched boats coming in, the waterfalls and the birds swimming in the water.

After a while we carried on further down and just went for a cute little walk around the river and walked back up towards the city centre. I find I could walk around Bath for hours as there’s so much to see and it’s such a lovely place, there's definitely something for everyone and it's an all round for me as I love shopping, eating and just strolling around so perfect for a summers day!

Once we were well and truly walked out we just headed into Boots for some essentials and Hotel Au Chocolat to see their new summer collections. We picked up a little treat for the bus journey home which were the new Raspberry jam and clotted cream chocolates and I for sure found my new favourites, if you’ve never been into Hotel Au Chocolat I really recommend that you do. They do all kinds of chocolates, little packets of 6 some mixed and some the same, gift boxes, slabs. You name it and they’ll have something for you and it may seem expensive but they are such high quality chocolate it is definitely worth spending a little extra on!

I hope you enjoyed my little part 2 of what I got up to in Bath and feel free to let me know if you've been to Bath before what your favourite things to do/go to are

As always thanks for reading lovelies!

And here are some other random pictures I took but didn't know where to slot them as I took so many..

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  1. It sounds like you had a wonderful time in Bath! I went as a child but have really wanted to return since, it's so beautiful.
    El x

    1. Thanks lovely we did! You should I've only been back a couple of times since I was little too and its stunning x