We celebrated New Year in Bath again, so I thought I would share some of my photos.
The Assembly Rooms
The Pump Rooms Restaurant
The Herschel Museum of Astronomy
Sally Lunn’s Bunn Shop
No. 1 The Crescent Museum
I obviously also visited a bookshop whilst in Bath, but more on that in a future post.
I thought I would share a few snaps of my trip to Bath. This was my third visit to Bath and will not be my last as I just adore the place. This trip I visited some of the haunts that Jane Austen would of also frequented when she lived there from 1801 to 1806. I wish I had taken more snaps but I just enjoyed taking in the history and beauty of it.
The Assembly Rooms
The Fashion Museum inside The Assembly Rooms
The House Jane Austen Lived In!
Lady Book Dragon
A Big HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Jane Austen!
Born this day in 1775.
I love Jane Austen. I have read and reread all her books numerous times. She is my comfort blanket, when I feel down or stressed or just need a bit of reassurance I turn to Jane Austen. Each time I read one of her books I see it in a new light and discover new things.
The first book I read was Sense and Sensibility which I read on a 9 hour car journey to visit my sister in Scotland. I think I was about 9 or 10 years old at the time and I was hooked. I then went on to read Pride and Prejudice and her other works but I must admit I only read Mansfield Park in the last couple of years.
My favourite Jane Austen read has changed over the years it was Sense and Sensibility, then it was Pride and Prejudice for a very long time but I must admit in the last couple of years it has been Persuasion. I think it must be an age thing and how my reading and tastes have developed. Although, I openly admit my least favourite book is Emma because I struggle with the heroine but I have decided in 2019 I will give Emma another go.
I will also be paying my traditional Jane Austen pilgrimage to Bath next year as well. I know she did not particularly like Bath but I just love it and love thinking about how she used Bath for part of the backdrop of Persuasion.
Anyway Happy Birthday Jane Austen and thank you for writing such amazing books, which mean so much to me.
“If a book is well written. I always find it too short.”
I could not agree more Jane Austen, as your books are way too short for my liking.
Do you have a favourite Jane Austen novel? Please drop me a comment with your favourites and why. Thank you.
Lady Book Dragon.