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Bath & Stonehenge

I visited Bath & Stonehenge at the beginning of October. It was everything you would expect, if what you expected was cold and wet weather.

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The town was beautiful and definitely worth a stroll. Our tour guide recommended eating lamb pasty, which I did but it was difficult to order because the girl behind the counter could not understand American accents. Hopefully, it’s an indication that the place was authentic.

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At night, we walked around and eventually went to a place called The Nest, which looked like a quiet cafe. After an hour, they opened up downstairs, which turned out to be a huge club-like venue with themed rooms. Unfortunately for me, someone took my BDG bomber jacket (which also had $$, my school id, and drivers license in the pockets) after I placed it on a couch.

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It is no longer for sale so I looked for a replacement. My favorite so far is this Alexander Wang bouclé bomber jacket:

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It would be cool to get it if I had $855 lying around. This Junya Watanabe Tweed and Synthetic Leather Biker Jacket is another favorite:

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With its hefty price tag of $1655 and my annual income of $0, it’s probably best to wait a while before I make the purchase.

In summary, Stonehenge and Bath were worth the visit but probably not worth an overnight stay. If you do stay overnight, I would suggest the Bath YMCA since everything worth seeing during the day and worth going to at night is down the street and the walk back is literally 2 minutes.