On Sunday morning I decided I should get out, go somewhere, anywhere, and take photos, watch people, have a drive long enough to listen to at least a couple of CDs (in this case, A Town Called Addis by Dub Colossus, The Ting Tings and Common Dread by Enter Shikari), get some fresh air and perhaps fit in a little shopping. Of course, there are lots of places you can do all of those things and for me that suggests one place above all others, Bath.
I arrived a little before the shops were opening and the centre of the city was beginning to fill with tourists, visitors and locals. As always, first of all I wandered up towards the Royal Crescent so that I could then walk through The Circus, down Gay Street to Queens Square, through Quiet Street to Milsom Street and the throng that usually gathers there. It's a nice walk, taking in some stunning architecture and it always gives me a real feeling that I have arrived in one of the most beautiful cities in the world.