Monday, 3 June 2013

A Lovely Weekend in Bath

Friday was a much better day weather-wise. The sun shone pretty much all day. We decided to spend the weekend at Bath Top Lock, so we moved from Bathampton to Bath. Again we were able to walk into Bath.
Looking at Pulteney weir

And Bath Abbey in the late evening sunshine.

In the evening Judy & I went to 'The Raven' (off Quite Street) and sampled their (Pieminister) Pies and mash/chips, washed down with a pint, or so, of Raven Gold. Excellent!
Saturday, David came to visit us on board. We spent the afternoon helping him revise for his up-coming exams. While we were working:
the 'Lady Lena' moored just behind us.
The 'Lady Lena' is the oldest electrically driven boat, built about 1890 and can be seen regularly in the Bath area. She looks absolutely splendid. For more information about 'Lady Lena' please visit http://www.ladylena.co.uk/

On Sunday we were joined for lunch by David and Bettina. It was a lovely afternoon and we gently cruised through Sydney Gardens,
and stopped on the 14-day moorings at the end of the 'promenade'. All very relaxing!

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