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Bath, Parade Gardens

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Bath without traffic and tourists, wonderful. And, as a bonus, spring blossom, perfect weather and a visiting submarine moored on the River Avon. Even better, as a local, I don't have to pay to get in. If you like the crowds, the best time to visit is on a Sunday afternoon when they have Brass Bands playing.

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