Guyito in the UK: Bathing in the Roman Bath of Bath

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Guyito at the Roman bath, England

To bathe or not to bathe?

Sorry for the title, I did not really bathe in here. I wanted to, you know, I was thinking it was going to be a different experience from bathing in a river. But no, although this was a public bath back in the old days, bathing here is not permitted anymore.

I know what you’re thinking: Why is there a Roman bath in England?

You see, back in the old, old, old, old, old days, the Romans invaded Great Britain. The Romans were fond of building roads at the time and, one day as they advanced west of England, they chanced upon a hot spring near the River Avon. Here, they built a reservoir, baths, and a temple. Pretty soon, a town quickly grew around the area. And the town was named Bath.

That’s all for today, folks. Tomorrow we’re going to the Buckingham Palace! Sooo excited!

Did anyone bring a towel?

Did anyone bring a towel?

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