To the right is the Cross Bath, no way near as fancy as the Thermae SPA opposite the street but still exquisite.

To the right is the Cross Bath, no way near as fancy as the Thermae SPA opposite the street but still exquisite.

Chipping Campden.  Exellent! - by Andrew Lockie on Flickr.

Places-that-look-even-better-in-the-rain: Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, in the Cotswolds. I think York falls under this category as .

Pultney Bridge, River Avon, Bath, England  Bath was another magnificent city to see when I was in the UK in January 2011.

Pultney Bridge, River Avon, Bath, England Bath was another magnificent city to see when I was in the UK in January

Pulteney Bridge on the Avon, Bath, Somerset, England

Pulteney Bridge on the Avon, Bath, Somerset, England ~~ features in several of her novels.

The Palladian Bridge in Prior Park, a must-see in Bath, England - Things to Do in Bath - The Trusted Traveller

Things to Do in Bath

Dre says: Bath is a lovely little city, with ancient Roman baths! It'll take a couple hours on a train from London to get there. [Things to Do in Bath, England - The Trusted Traveller]

Pultney Bridge and The Weir, Bath, England

Beautiful Bath, Somerset, England: river Avon, the Weir and Pulteney Bridge in the background!

Although all of Bath is architecturally brilliant and interesting, it's the side streets that we find most striking.  #bathuk

Although all of Bath is architecturally brilliant and interesting, it's the side streets that we find most striking.

Visiting Jane Austen's England Traveling through England to visit Jane Austen's house, the streets of Bath where her characters walked, and Chatsworth, the real-life model for Pemberley in "Pride and Prejudice" (Wall Street Journal)

Visiting Jane Austen's England

"Visiting Jane Austen's England Traveling through England to visit Jane Austen's house, the streets of Bath where her characters walked, and Chatsworth, the real-life model for Pemberley in "Pride and Prejudice" (Wall Street Journal)"

Bath, England.

Poultney Bridge, Bath, England - I've seen this bridge, walked it, on 2 separate trips to England. Bath is one of my favorite places on Earth. I hope to make it back someday.

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