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Your favourite places in Bath

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I will spend two days in Bath this weekend (oh joy). I have the guidebook, I have done some reading, and I have identified the 'important' places. I just wonder - if I could speak to those of you who know Bath well - where would you go? And what would you rather not bother with?
Example: I love Jane Austen's books and I was quite touched when I saw her handwriting and little desk in the British Library. But I think I will skip the Jane Austen Museum in Bath. Do you agree?
I am fascinated by architecture and history and art and literature (AND FOOD), but I would rather not see something than spend hours in a queue. I tend to enjoy out-of-the-way places more than the main sites. Any special recommendations?
Also: where to eat? Any restaurants that you particularly enjoyed?
THANKS.

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