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UKtour p18: Bath'''Page 18; 1999 UK/Paris Costume Tour Pictures'''
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Day 6: Bath
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Digest your breakfast on the express train to Bath, Jane Austen's favorite watering place. Central
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[http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/|The British Museum]
  
[http://visitbath.co.uk/|Bath] has remained virtually unchanged since her time, and so we will be able to trot around and see the Medieval cathedral, the with their 18th Century Pump Room, The Theatre Royal, The Royal Crescent and The Assembly Rooms. Best of all, carved out in the bowels of the basement of the Assembly Rooms is England's'''
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'''Sorry but the British Museum, while still allowing photos to be taken in it's galleries now states that those photos may not be put on the web, so I have removed my photos of the objects in their collections.'''
  
''' Re-enactors, Georgette Heyer and Austin fetishists, and people who just like an excuse to dress up, are encouraged to embarrass our group by dressing in Regency clothing
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[http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/|TheBritish Museum] in the morning, then walk through the historic shopping districts: see Liberty of London (original homeof 19th Century Aesthetic dress & Morris fabrics),Burlington Arcade (sells historical jewelry in it’s 19th Centurybuilding), and eat an inexpensive lunch at Fortnum & Mason’s, where the groceryclerks still wear full Edwardian Morning dress suits. In the afternoon see theThe Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection atKensington Palace . Evening atthe theatre seeing
  
[[File:PhotoalbumMmeexgoesaustinMvc-012f.jpg]] for this day. At 1pm we will get a guided tour of the exhibit, then hunt down vintage clothing in the antique shops of Bath for the afternoon. Evening return to London.
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The Roman Baths
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[[File:1999uktourDisk21Mvc-004f.jpg]] Bath Cathedral visible behind people viewing the Baths
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The Ceiling Dome of the Entrance to the Baths
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. Alas, no photos allowed inside :(
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[[File:1999uktourDisk21Mvc-008f.jpg]]Mme. Exxxedrin & Ducky at the Museum of Costume
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==Product Links==
 
==Product Links==
  
[http://www.romanbaths.co.uk|Roman Baths]
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[http://www.whatsonstage.co.uk?DATABASE=ALL_TEXT&RV_KEY=10&TEMPLATE=wos/review_item&EXACT=2|Chicago]
 
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[http://www.museumofcostume.co.uk/|Museum of Costume.]
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[http://www.pisle.com/bathweb/graphics/maps/index.html|Maps of Bath]
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[http://www.romanbaths.co.uk/|Roman Baths Home Page]
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[http://www.cityofbath.co.uk/index.html|a guide to the city of bath]
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[http://www.museumofcostume.co.uk/|The Museum of Costume]
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uktour p19: The British Museum: Benin Bronzes & Eskimo Gutskin Garments Page 19; 1999 UK/Paris Costume Tour Pictures

Day 7:

British Museum

Sorry but the British Museum, while still allowing photos to be taken in it's galleries now states that those photos may not be put on the web, so I have removed my photos of the objects in their collections.

Museum in the morning, then walk through the historic shopping districts: see Liberty of London (original homeof 19th Century Aesthetic dress & Morris fabrics),Burlington Arcade (sells historical jewelry in it’s 19th Centurybuilding), and eat an inexpensive lunch at Fortnum & Mason’s, where the groceryclerks still wear full Edwardian Morning dress suits. In the afternoon see theThe Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection atKensington Palace . Evening atthe theatre seeing

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