Lovely time away

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Saturday 28th May 

Lovely time away
Bath for my birthday
Lunch by the river
Definitely a winner

Love you both so much
Treasured sons
xxxxx
The River Avon
Bright and sunny
Pulteney Bridge
Bath Abbey
The Guildhall
Bath Abbey
Medieval building with Gothic interior
Lunch at the Bathwick Boatman
Lunchtime drinks
Gary and I
Interior of the restaurant with old sculling rowing boats on the ceiling
Punting on the River Avon
A riverboat trip
I liked the statement at the bottom of the sign…… πŸ˜‰
1940’s Bentley
Such a fabulous car
Bath
Pulteney Bridge
Pulteney Weir
Parade Gardens
The Abbey

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  1. You look beautiful & happy! The photos are wonderful – Bath is a lovely place, but I’ve sadly not had chance to really look around nor see any water. I went once for a medical appointment at a hospital department in the middle of Bath city centre a couple of years ago, and the other time was about 11yrs ago (yikes) when I did a residential week at Bath uni as part of my Psych degree. I always wanted to go back to look around and have a proper day trip there but never did make it. I’ll have to live vicariously through your photos. I’m so glad you got decent weather for it, which as we know, is quite the miracle in the UK!

    πŸŽ‰πŸ₯³ HaPpY (belated) BiRtHdAy!!!! πŸ₯³ πŸŽ‰

    Sending lots of love & best wishes,
    Caz xxxxx

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    • Thank you ever so much Caz, most kind of you.
      We do like Bath and have visited many times, finding new locations and places to eat is great fun.
      And yes, we were very lucky with the bright, sunny weather.
      The waterside restaurant was a special find, not somewhere you’d come across just by wandering around: it was at the end of a residential row of large houses, a dead end almost. But if was absolutely perfect.
      Take good care.
      Melanie x πŸ’ž x

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