1. The building at the end of this passage is one that tourists are often seeking out. Sally Lunn's.
2. Sally Lunns is a very old tea rooms in the centre of Bath in a building which as the notice say dates back to 1482.
3. The famous tea rooms originate from around 1680 when legend has it that Sally Lunn was a baker who created a specific bread bun that is known as the Sally Lunn. Tourists flock in to sample this bun either with a savoury topping or as a cream tea. It is many years since I myself visited the tea rooms but I do recall that they are very big.
4. I wonder how many visitors look up to find that they are being watched? I am not sure that I would ever have spotted him except that he was an answer to a clue on a treasure hunt around Bath that I did many years ago. If you can't quite make it out it's an owl.
5. It's always very busy in the tea rooms but don't despair if you can't get in as there are plenty of other great places for a cuppa in these lovely little lanes.
Finally this last picture is not part of the 5 in 5 but is for Sandie who posted a collection of disused sewing machines last month. This is the All Saints chain shop I mentioned.