As per Meg's request, here are some more photos of Bath. Vanilla, any of this seem familiar at all?
The Sally Lunn House. The oldest house in Bath and original creator of the Sally Lunn bun which just looks like a gigantic hamburger bun that you slather random crap on so I didn't bother trying one.
The entrance to the Jane Austen Centre. Yes, they've plastered Colin Firth's image all over that place.
The Assembly Rooms
The Royal Crescent
Close-up of the Royal Crescent. A one-bedroom apartment here is going for 495,000 GBP which is about $700,000. Anybody got some money I can borrow?
Abbey Green--Along with Abbey churchyard, it's one of the most popular locations to shoot in for period films. You can see it in the 1995 version of Persuasion. Also, there is a fantastic fudge shop just around the corner.
Two almost fully naked twits doing strange acrobatics outside the Pump Room for money. They're basically wearing thongs so the diners in the Pump Room were getting a not very appetizing view while eating their lunches. I wanted to take video of them, but this is when my camera battery died.
The start and finish location for the half marathon. This is Great Pulteney Street just off Laura Place and at the end of it is the Holburne Museum of Art.
Have a great day, everyone.
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*Title in homage to Lily.