Near West Kensington there is an open space and cemetry called Margravine Gardens. Squirrels are tame and people stroll, sit for a bit of quiet, children play- lungs and a bit of wilderness in a density of population. Here I am fascinated with tall and full trees of blossom and when the wind blows the blossoms collect along the edges of the pathways- delicate pink petals. There is so much blossom around London streets and gardens.
Today we caught the train from Paddington station to Bath- here are a few window shots.
We shared a table and window seats on a train with few passengers.
After Reading a nuclear power station. We saw paddocks of canola, sheep and cattle.
Then booking into our bed and breakfast and a walk around Bath- how big is it! How many school groups, how many laneways and the architecture. Tomorrow we will visit the Roman Baths.
We had dinner at Sally Lunn's- oldest bakehouse in Bath c 1482.
Plenty of jobs for kitchen/waiting staff in Bath- one establishment quoted 6 pound an hour...