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After Glastonbury, we headed slightly northeast to the Roman Baths in Bath. It was like we transported to Rome. The town felt like an Italian city! In the heart of Bath lives the Roman Baths. The Baths are a preserved thermal spring and temple. The temple was built 60 - 70 AD, during Roman Britain, as a place of worship. It was said to have healing waters and the temple was referred to as "Aquae Sulis," which translates to 'the waters of Sulis." This was a place of worship for Goddess Sulis Minerva. To the Romans, Sulis was a healing deity, whose waters could heal physical or mental suffering. 


To the Royal City we go!

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