Honestly this place was so welcoming to walk around in as the employees were delighted to be around. There were two ladies dressed in white togas having a causal conversation and a blacksmith talking a little with the tourists. Here's a story, when I was settling do beside the public pool and doing this illustration, someone dressed in a Roman soldier uniform came up to me and drew with me. He actually carried around a pallet full of harden bee wax that he engraved with. And we did have an enjoyable conversation with each other, being based on a realistic Roman soldier as he talked about himself and the bath house itself. So big shout out to that awesome guy for making my day.
Even with the odd weather of rain and sunshine at the same time, you can get the moment of a rainbow. In fact, we spotted a lot of rainbows in England more often because of the light patches of rain that came down in a day. And majority of the people are really happy and kind to be around when mentioning their. While a lot of famous people from history were inspired by this place and I did too, so really do swing by this town when visiting England. It is one beautiful place for art to emerge in.