What I Did For My Birthday 2019 | Roman Bath's, The Pump Room, Thermae Spa
Another year, and by the grace of God, another birthday. How lucky am i ?
This year has been a complete world wind - but believe it or not, this is actually the second birthday that i have spent in England, although i only officially moved over here May 1st, 2018.
I was so lucky to be invited to spend my birthday visiting some of Bath’s best hot spots ( quite literally ) - and our day started off by visiting The Pump Room.
The Pump Room Restaurant in Bath is one of the city’s most elegant places to enjoy stylish, modern-British cuisine. It is open daily for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.
Not only did we get to have some amazing food - but we got to listen to the Pump Room Trio serenade the room !
The Pump Room Trio or pianist plays every day to add to your enjoyment while having coffee, lunch or afternoon tea in the Pump Room. The members of the Pump Room Trio are – Violin: Matthew Everett, Cello: Tim Gilbert, Piano: Derek Stuart-Clark.
After our bellies were full - we then headed through The Roman Bath’s. Although Paul and I have both been here before ( we visited it together when i came to England the first time ) - it was so nice to visit again.
If i am being completely honest, it can be quite overwhelming the amount of information that there is to take in at The Roman Baths. I find that every time i visit, there is something new that i learn about that particular time period.
After we went through and took in as much as we could at The Roman Bath’s it was time for us to go take a bath ourselves - well… more of a swim then a Bath. Just a short distance away, we headed over to the Thermae Bath Spa, this is where we were able to go on the roof top, and experience just what all this hot spring was about.
If you are someone who likes to stay indoors, you can experience the warm bath indoors as well !
For this particular visit we opted out of having any treatments, as well as opted out of visiting the cafe ( our bellies were just still so full ), although we are keeping both of these perks in mind for our next visit.
Have you visited The Roman Bath’s before ? If so, what was your favourite part ? We cannot wait to go back !