City Guide To Bath

City Guide To Bath

by Trevor Price

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With an eye for the things that really matter to travelers, Trevor loves to combine his passion for good photography with powerfully descriptive writing. In this way, Trevor's skillful writing takes his readers to places they haven't yet been and with his beautiful photography, Trevor also enables readers to see what these new and exciting places look like.

Throughout his travels Trevor has used many guide books to help him find his way. After a while, Trevor realized that what are missing are guide books that tell things like they really are, in a handy size and with a good balance of good quality photographs and descriptive text. This is exactly what he has put together in this City Guide to Bath.

This book is aimed at those who want a quick and easy-to-use guide that doesn't bore with long-winded details and lots of text about irrelevant and boring stuff. You'll find no 'blah-blah' here – only stuff that you really need to know to have a great time in and around Bath.

The city of Bath is an amazing place and so unique in the world. It's a city that has evolved over time in response to the political, social and economic conditions prevalent throughout its history, and which has created the distinctive character of Bath which is so attractive to the people who live here, as well as those who visit.

Bath is locally, nationally and internationally significance because:
• The whole city has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since December 1987
• Of the hot springs in the centre of the city
• Part of the city, which covers 3672 acres (1,486 hectares), is designated as a special conservation area
• The city sits within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
• Within the city are around 5,000 buildings that are of special architectural or historic importance
• Of the city's five ancient monuments
• Of the nine historic landscapes within the city which are contained within the English Heritage Register of Historic Parks and Gardens

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940150847224
Publisher: Trevor Price
Publication date: 11/17/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 568 KB

About the Author

Trevor is an English anglophile who adores writing, especially about stunningly beautiful places like the city of Bath.

This City Guide to Bath is the second in Trevor’s popular ‘City Guide to . . .’ series which focuses upon a city that has a fond place in Trevor’s heart and nostalgia. Having lived, worked and visited Bath, Trevor has spent much time enjoying its history, its stunning architectural beauty and its world class events and opportunities.

As well as writing, walking is another one of Trevor’s passions, and one that is completely fulfilled when in Bath. Whatever sort of walker you are - whether you are aimlessly wandering around this World Heritage city, or you are more energetically exploring Bath’s canal and riverside pathways and its extensive surrounding countryside rambles – Bath has something for you.

Trevor is a professional writer and so writing is his passion, his love and drives him on. Combining an internationally-renowned jewel of a city with Trevor’s skillfully crafted and useful descriptions provides you with a gem of a book that will help you to fully explore and enjoy all the treats that the city of Bath has to offer.

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