The route I took to get us there took us along some interesting little passages.
It also took us into The Assembly Rooms where we debated the merits of 18th century transport.
I even searched out a few possibilities for the SPSH. One of the adjacent streets to the Royal Crescent is Margaret's Buildings which is a cheerful little shopping street which some interesting shops.
It was not the shops that caught my eye. It was the floral pots on one particular house.
Have you spotted them?
A great Repurposed use for a plastic bottle. Just right for No. 17 on the list.
Then The wings for No. 4 might not be very evident but these owls are scattered all over Bath.
There are 82 of them in total.
They are all beautifully decorated and part of a trail called The Minerva Owl trail. The Roman temple in Bath in 1AD was dedicated to the Roman Goddess of wisdom named Minerva whose symbol was an owl.
No doubt I shall encounter some more during my visits to Bath over the summer.