As promised, I finally editted all my picture from historic town of Bath and Bradford-upon-Avon. The heat has hitted England again (thank God!) with loads of sunny spells and scattered cloud. Now, I invite everyone to sit back and enjoy a little treat from England once again.
To those of you that have been here before, I am sure this will bring back memories.
I was amaze with loads of this beautiful old architecture was actually residential home (for some very rich people of course). While in Oxford/Cambridge, most of this kind of immaculate, well-taken care of Grade II listed building are normally owned by college or council, in Bath most of them are privately owned.
And this is what I am talking about, the circus and royal cresent are residential area worth million of pound each!
If you peek through the window you can see a room tastefully decorated with expensive furnishing.
But do you know what can you see just about wiltshire countryside? In contrast with the Bath old town whereby you can find all the old victorian and roman building in their past glory, just a mile outside Bath you can witness a spread of green pastures full of flowers.
So which one do you prefer, stay in a quiet cottage countryside or in an elegant victorian mansion?