Pack your toga and ride your chariot to Aquae Sulis (or rather Bath, England). Be sure to say Bath with a "short o" like "box" or everyone will know you are a tourist!
|Relaxing in the city|
We met this handsome gent at the Jane Austen center.....oh and this one, too. He says he wants them to make an "I love Lizzy" pin!
Like many others, Jane Austen moved to Bath when she became ill later in life.
Oh, and for those inquiring minds....THIS is how they kept those toga's on.......
In the young adult novel by Philip Reeve, Here Lies Arthur, the character Bedwyr (Lancelot) has an affair with Gwenhwyfar (Guinevere), stealing away to the old Bath complex. Philip Reeve sets the scene as a smelly, abandoned, vine-covered building, but when Arthur discovers them hiding - he loses it!