The town itself is mostly built from a honey coloured sandstone and there are strict regulations for new buildings to lend themselves to fit in with the architecture of the town. This adds to its charm and makes it a very beautiful city. At the time of our visit, there were flowers everywhere. Hung from lamp posts, in hanging baskets, in window boxes and planters. I don't remember this on my last visit.
After a walk around the plaza where the baths and the Cathedral are, we made our way back to the bus pick up point. We had very strict instructions to not be late for the pick up as the bus had a designated time slot and would be moved on once over that time, with or without us! As we were approaching the bus stop I noticed an Italian Ice Cream shop which I just HAD to sample. It was crowded so keeping an eye on my watch I waited (im)patiently for my turn.
YUM! and I made it to the bus stop in plenty of time.....Phew!
Goodbye Bath, Stonehenge......here we come!