October 8, 2015 Jennie Chancey

Day Six: Last Morning in Bath

Front entrance to the Pump Room and Roman Baths.

I awoke Sunday early, in spite of my determination to sleep in after the ball. Somehow the body clock was convinced I must get up. Oh, well. I packed up and went down to breakfast, then took a last stroll around the Abbey yard and surrounding streets. I do love Bath. It never grows old, and I always look forward to returning!

Looking down the cobbled street from our hotel...

Looking down the cobbled street from our hotel…

My favorite quiet square on Sunday morning...

My favorite quiet square on Sunday morning…

A Georgian sign near the Roman Baths

A Georgian sign near the Roman Baths.

Bath Abbey, peeking over the roofline of the Roman Baths.

Bath Abbey, peeking over the roofline of the Roman Baths.

Front entrance to the Pump Room and Roman Baths

Front entrance to the Pump Room and Roman Baths.

Bath Abbey in the sunshine

Bath Abbey in the sunshine.

And back around full circle to my favorite square with its central tree...

And back around full circle to my favorite square with its central tree…

Wonderful hanging baskets of flowers are throughout the city of Bath.

Wonderful hanging baskets of flowers are throughout the city of Bath.

It was a lovely little farewell walk. I joined Suzi and Keith back at the hotel, and we drove out of the city toward London a short time later, arriving in time for a late lunch and a quick stroll up the street so I could find an extra bag for all the cargo I seemed to have collected along the way (::cough::).

Suzi and I spent the afternoon talking about the 2016 tour and fitting various pieces of the itinerary puzzle together. Wonderful fun, and we metaphorically rubbed our hands together in glee over all the lovely things that we will have on tap for next year’s group! Next time I post, it will be to share the 2016 tour details after the priority list has gotten first dibs on slots. We will be able to take 18 people max, so if you are interested in joining us, please drop a line through the contact form. Slots will go on a first-come, first-served basis once we open up!

Tagged: , , , ,

About the Author

Jennie Chancey I launched Sense & Sensibility Patterns in 1998 with my original Regency Gown pattern. I never dreamed I'd one day have over two dozen patterns on the market and would be leading tours yearly in the UK! Enjoy my blog, and let me know if you'd like to travel with us!