Literary nostalgia & Georgian splendour in Bath

By Rhea C Dhanbhoora

Bathed in gold and rich with history, this pedestrian-friendly city in Somerset, a UNESCO World Heritage Site tucked away in the valley of the River Avon, is a sensory treat for tourists.

It’s a crisp March morning but from where I stand, everything is bathed in gold tones and a surprisingly pleasant, briny bouquet wafts in and out as the wind changes, reminding me of sun and sand even though it is not summer and this is not a beach town. I am distinctly aware of every switch in the direction of the wind because it is a somewhat blustery day that threatens to ruin my...

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