The Circus is a circle of town homes in Bath that date from the 1750s and 1760s. Each of the levels features a different style of columns.
I want this to be my address someday so I can say I’m going, “To the circus” whenever I head home because I’m simple.
The Royal Crescent
The Royal Crescent was built between 1767 and 1774. The facade was built and then people designed their own houses behind the facade.
It was very French on the day we were there. There was a French class taking place on the lawn and a French man and his spaniel were on their constitutional. I know this because suddenly all you could hear was him yelling, “You need to take a sheeeeeeet!!!!” The dog ignored him and walked away. He repeated himself and was ignored. This happened over and over from the far right of the lawn all the way to the far left. My mother and I were in hysterical giggles.
Other than that it was a nice peaceful area to walk and look at the flowers in Royal Victoria Park.