2 Days in BATH, UK VLOG | Roman Baths, Thermae Bath Spa, Hiking, Cafes, Royal Crescent

2 Days in BATH, UK VLOG | Roman Baths, Thermae Bath Spa, Hiking, Cafes, Royal Crescent


100 Comments on "2 Days in BATH, UK VLOG | Roman Baths, Thermae Bath Spa, Hiking, Cafes, Royal Crescent"


  1. If you enjoy this video, please give it a big LIKE above as it really helps us spread the word and is appreciated. I'm working on more UK stuff so please SUBSCRIBE above 👆 and hit the NOTIFICATION BELL to become part of our Notification squad and not miss out when we post something new! (I won't Spam you!) UK playlist is here for days out and food! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLszSmMLISbAe5iVgihDj4DF1OaZ85hLzu

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  2. Love these videos- can’t wait for more on the UK – I am heading there next year in August for 2 weeks. Is Liverpool coming up? 😊

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  3. I can't believe you don't have more views/subscribers. I loved this video since it's long been my dream to visit the UK. Would love to see more UK vlogs from you. The production is excellent!

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  4. Off to Bath tomorrow so this was absolutely perfect! Really liked the way you filmed and edited this!

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  5. Once again a fabulous video, I went to Bath years ago and loved it, I live in Fremantle, Western Australia now, a charming little Town too….come and stay in my Townhouse?

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  6. my dad owns the bath bun sea shop thank you so much for coming over to his shop and supporting our business

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  7. My brother-in-law visiting bath today so I got curious and checked. He won't be disappointed for sure. Thank you for great video..👍👍👍

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  8. He is clearly being paid by Thermae Bath Spa, this place is terrible, I really don't recommend. Just read some of the negative reviews on tripadvisor and you'll see exactly what I mean. The Roman Baths 100% yes, the modern spa 100% no!

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  9. Love Bath! I’m so close in Cheltenham. Have you done a visit there? Full of things to do inside the town and out in the Cotswold hills.

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  10. It does look like a nice place to visit but, personally, on vacations I need the sun and heat 😛.

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  11. I was there 4 years ago, it's absolutely gorgeous!. Bath Abbey was amazing, also the roof spa (in this video) was amazing!… and I did take pics and video hehe… was so beautiful, all of it, can't wait to go again! I'm from Oregon, beautiful state here, but nothing here compares to the history and sites I've seen in the UK. I've been twice and can't wait to go back!

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  12. We are planning to visit Bath this Easter. I found it very informative. Love your videos 👍

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  13. I was last in Bath in the 1980s. Ironically, It was the first time I had a shower in my hotel room (and no bath). The Thermae baths looks interesting and well designed. Some ideas of costs (prices) would be useful.

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  14. Well done! I wish there’s more vlogs like these day trips out of London from Londoners.

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  15. Hi! What video/upload settings do you use for your vlogs? Bath is amazing. Went there because of your vid.

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  16. Id love to live in Bath. (Not an actual bath) the Roman baths and thermae are fabulous 🙂

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  17. Additional tip – You can also take a National Express coach from Victoria bus station to Bath, which is a cheaper option. Takes about 2.25 hours to reach, and costs anywhere between 12 – 18 pounds. The first bus from Victoria is at 7 am and the last from Bath is at 8.15 pm.

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  18. And yet again, should have seen this before going. I walked around the city and found stuff. Missed the bun though.

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  19. My post may not stay up long, but, be warned! This is Not hyperbole. I live in central Bath. If you do Not want to regurgitate the full contents of your stomachs after eating a delicious meal, I strongly suggest that you visit the men's loos of any establishment, before you eat, or drink anything in it first, especially the pubs, as Bath has some of the smelliest men's loos on the planet. It's like breathing in, raw, untreated sewege. I have travelled far and wide, to more than a few parts of the globe. I can not, however, comment on the women's toilets. I won't name any of these places for legal reasons. It's been like this for years, and years in spite of my complaints to owners who think more about their profits than they do their customers.

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  20. Friend of mine just bought a place in Bath so I will probably be a frequent visitor but couldn't live there as not a great location as takes too long to get anywhere but good to visit.

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  21. I'm a born and bred Bathonian and yes nice to visit the tourist areas but very different to live there like most places I guess.

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  22. I think it's debatable whether you should attempt to pronounce the word Bath as the locals do, which you did, I think not myself. If I visited Newcastle I wouldn't attempt to pronounce it as the locals do, and likewise with Bath. I would be interested in others views.

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  23. me and my wife will go to bath next month.. we booked a tour to stonehenges too.. thanks for the video, very informative.. Cheers from Indonesia! 🍺

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  24. The only place in Bath that does the traditional Bath bun is bakers of Bath on Twerton high street! Highly recommend

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  25. I see you have missed the homeless people who have taken over the empty shop doorways doing drug deals.
    where is incredibly walkable places please share I have the misfortune to live here, no shops and hills, hills hills

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  26. Bath was nice once upon a time but now it's home to the druggies,alcoholics,pigeons,seagulls,and the dregs of society. Whatever you do in Bath just do NOT book into the Rising Sun (SO CALLED HOTEL) .. Unless you enjoy seagulls squarking all night long and flea bites. You've been warned !!

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  27. Watch out for some the smelliest loos on the planet, guys. I live here. I know. Eat but go to their loos before do. I'm not joking.

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  28. Glad you enjoyed your time in my beautiful home city! I'm so blessed to live here, it's a shame because the cost of living is so high and I'm afraid I may have to move away when I buy my own home.

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  29. I live in bath and I recognise all the places you guys went but I’ve never heard of a bath bun! Hope you enjoyed your trip!

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  30. It's a nice place…..I guess, but having lived in this shit hole for over 12 years, I can say for a fact that it would fold overnight if it wasn't for the tourists and students and as a result it is a rip off on a multitude of things like food and clothing which you can get cheaper elsewhere. Not to mention the one way system in the center of town can be, and usually is, a motorists nightmare, especially if you don't know where you're going.

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  31. Nah I’m sorry the best place to eat in bath is that Chinese I think it’s Chinese but it’s tucked into the bus stop so like go there😂

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  32. I live in bath and don't see the beauty of the place untill someone else does a video then I can see it and then I'm wow it is a butiful city wish I could see it all the time thanks enjoyed it xx

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  33. 1:47 any American visiting Bath MUST visit Ann Summers. It's a famous British shop offering exotic UK made clothing. Theres a section at the back offering ornaments and toys. Possibly more tailored to adults than families but a must-do nonetheless!

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  34. English teacher: shows us this video to learn a bit about England's history and exercise our oral understanding
    My brain after the video: 8:00

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  35. i just moved from bath but to Midsomer nortan but do go to bath it hour on bus roughly. i love bath

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  36. I live in Bath and think you did a great job of showing us off. I love living here and always recommend it as a great day trip, especially for Londoners. Best wishes on your travels. One day I will go to the new spa.

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