After a good snoop around the Royal Crescent we walked through a park and some side streets and found ourselves on the canal which we followed all the way round to the other side. The weather was just perfect, one of those crisp autumn days and the canal was empty - which made for a lovely stroll!
We met the only swan on the whole stretch of the canal and it broke my heart.
We stopped for some lunch and a cuppa at The Bath Bun which was so very English and quaint - and did some really good soup!
And had another mooch around the centre and took in all the old buildings and signs.
For our last meal we went to Sotto Sotto which is number 1 on Trip Advisor for restaurants in Bath, we usually avoid the really popular places but we fancied a bit of a treat and luckily managed to get a table after a cancellation. To get to the restaurant you need to go down some steps off the mani road and its tucked away in a vaulted cellar!
The first thing I have to say was that the service was excellent, I couldn't fault it. I had the Italian sausage pasta which was cooked perfectly (and I think this was the first time I've ordered pasta when there's pizza on the menu!) and although Steven's pizza was very nice - especially the roasted garlic...its hard to compare it when you've had the best one going.
But I would definitely recommend Sotto Sotto, the specials menu looked great if you eat fish/meat and as I say the service was fab.
So that was the end of our two days in Bath, isn't it great all the places this country has to offer!?