Here are some places to visit, to stay and to eat.

Where to rest your head?
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The Bed and Breakfast, Three Abbey Green, is wonderful. It is not far from any of the sites. As a matter of fact, you can basically walk everywhere in Bath, but there are buses. This B&B offers great rooms, Internet access and breakfast, according to my stay and their Web site. I highly recommend the eggs on toast. It is delicious. I stayed here a couple of days in the summer of 2006, and I loved it.

What to do?
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Definitely visit the Roman Baths. Take a tour. There are tours that meet in front of the Roman Baths during the week. It will take you all over Bath, and the tour guides are amazing. This definitely packs in the exercise though. So, take another day to go to one of the many spas around Bath. Bath grew famous for its spas and hot spring waters after Queen Victoria visited the baths and later gave birth, according to Bath's official tourism Web site linked through Three Green Abbey and The Moles Club. Also, don't forget to visit the Jane Austen shop/museum.
And, don't forget to take a bus up into the hills and trails of Bath overlooking the city. It is wonderful, especially in the morning.

Hunger Pains
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Go pick up a sandwich at a local shop, and eat it at the gorgeously manicured park by Bath Abbey. Also, a great dinner place is Tilleys Bistro, located in central Bath.

Dance the night away
I would recommend going to the Moles Club . It has live music earlier on in the night. Around 11 p.m. or so it turns into a dance club. It is a nice atmosphere with a second floor; to get a break from dancing, or to continue a conversation.