Bath is a beautiful city. Its architecture and history asked for more time than the few hours we had to give, but we were glad to have the opportunity to walk centuries old stone streets, enjoy beautiful 18th century golden limestone architecture, and explore a 2000-year-old Roman bath house. Many of the streets are lined on either side with stone columns supporting long, golden apartment buildings a dozen feet overhead. This ever-present, smooth, honey-colored limestone came from local quarries and is only found here. The clean, geometric layout of roads and consistent styling of the buildings is beautiful by design, owing to city plans laid out as early as 1754. If you find yourself near Bath, it’s well worth whatever time you can spare.