The first sight that I wanted to capture on that night in Bath was The Pulteney Brisge as I had seen many photos of this bridge...
I saw The Weir first; This structure was built to control the flow of the water...
It was great capturing this structure...thanks to my digital camera !
You can also see a bit of the Pulteney Bridge in the photo.
Bath is almost quiet at night but that also depends on which area you are in.
Here, I captured a street scene...not many people loitering around. It was around 10 pm.
This would make a good scene for me because if Bath would have many people walking on its street, bars opened with loud music, then I would decide not to go out at all !
Comedy Walk about £10 but well worth the money and the rabbit steals the show but I wont give anymore than that away, you really must go on it. It starts at about 8pm and goes on until about 10pm but is very funny indeed. Also there is the Ghost Walk about the same prices and times and has been recommended to me several times. Please note the comedy walk is only available from March to September. The ghost walk runs daily except Sundays during the summer months and only Fridays during winter months. The walks last for about 2 hours.
Dress Code: Good walking shoes are necessary for both the comedy and ghost walks. It may be a good idea to bring a fleece as some nights it is quite cold especially March, April, May and September.
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