People kept telling me go to Bath, it’s a great place. And they were right. I went for a day trip and spent the whole day there; it helped that the weather was lovely but even if the weather was crap I probably still find things to do unlike the other places. It was such a vibrant city and despite all the people I really enjoyed myself. But, the tourist areas were all in one area so you could easily escape them by just going further down the lanes away from the Roman Baths.
I didn’t do much history things when on this trip, I was kind of lacking in that department maybe because I didn’t want to spend too much money or I wasn’t with my mom who always pushed me. Maybe it had a lot to do that it was 80s degrees and I haven’t had 80s since August in Minnesota and I wanted to be outside for every minute. My camera died so I couldn’t really do my plan for some cool shots (love photography you know).
After getting bored of sitting, ADHD it happens. I took a walk around the park before I decided it was time to hit the roof top pool. I sat again for two hours in the sun, jumped into the pool and relaxed. The Bath Spa offered two hours and if you wanted to book a treatment in as well- but it was 34 pounds for two hours. I could do the steam rooms and sauna but you only had two hours I did not want to rush it. I was getting a little bored of sitting around by myself- also hungry as well.
These points is when I really need a good conversation, someone to hang out with these are the points that hold me back from doing what I want to do. People seem to always unable to do something without someone- which shouldn’t always be the case- sure it would be nice to have someone there to talk to, experience these things with. But, it was reminded to me later on (next Bristol post) that when you travel or do things on your own you have a say, you can choose, you are dependent on yourself. Which is kind of nice you don’t have to please someone. Something you should never do but when travel that seems to always be the difficulties traveling with others.