Splish Splash Bath!

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Saturday, February 9, 2008

Bath is BEAUTIFUL. What a wonderful city. The architecture is stunning and the rich history is truly fascinating. The first thing I did while in bath was explore the Roman Baths. They we're smelly and exquisite. Yes I said smelly... the water is heated through some weird chemicals in the earth so it smells. But it is very nice to look at and amazing that it has survived so long. You walk throughout the Roman temple and hear about its history it was really a wonderful experience. After our tour we wandered around the city of Bath. The architecture even in the city itself is beautiful. We wandered into a park and some quaint little shops. It was nice to just wander around and take in the city. I came back from Bath after a 4 hour bus ride (traffic due to the fire in Camden) and proceeded to have a relaxing night with some friends.
The next day Sunday I focused on writing my papers and booking a trip to Prague with two friends for the end of this month. We will be staying in a hostel right in the center and I'm so excited. Prague is one of the places I really wanted to visit. It is so historical and interesting, the pictures I've seen are stunning and I can't wait to take some of my own. Any suggestions on what to see while there for 3 days would be appreciated!
 
Love to my friends and family <3
 
Diane
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momatwork
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Baaath!!
Definately getting around, I wonder if the baths were good for your skin. Good talking to you on Sunday. Glad to hear you have Prague worked out, take the trips one at a time. Keep up the fun times and the good work for the classes.
Love you!! Mom

sgibbons
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Grandma and Pop Pop
Great blog Di. enjoy reading your adventures.Really packing in a lot. Things to see in Prague. There is a large square with a clock tower. On the hour a series of figures emerge to music. There is a jewish quarter that was a ghetto during WW2. In an old synagogue there are names on the wall of people who were exterminated. Among them you will see Uncle Marvin's relatives (Albin). There is a very large synagogue that survived the war years intact. Next door there is a museum containing artifacts of an exterminated people.We crossed a walking bridge to a market area. you will go on a cobblestone street leading to the palace. Great sights. More another time -------Luv G and P P---------

dadatwork
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Prague Info
Here is a link to a walking tour of the areas Pop-pop write about: http://www.frommers.com/destinations/prague/0063020036.html

Also look around in the other 'walking tours' and 'suggested itinaries' on the left side of the page. Frommer's is a very well known and respected tour guide company so you might be able to use this for other cities, maybe even London

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