When I found out I was going to be staying overnight in Bath, the first thing I thought of was going for a run and hoping the weather would hold. Bath seems to be the perfect city for runners, especially tourist runners: everything is near everything else, there are long flats and challenging hills, and all the tourists a solo traveller could hope for. Only one person looked at me as if I had lost my marbles when I asked them to take a picture of me. Only one!
I have been very lucky in my life and had the chance to travel to so many locations. I have stayed in hotels, hostels, airbnbs, and with relatives. Rarely however do I ever treat myself to a luxurious stay anywhere since holidays to me mean pounding the pavements, running marathons (or other races), and only using a hotel to sleep in and shower in. However when Apex City of Bath Hotel offered me the chance to spend the night in their hotel and learn more about their new #WarmerWelcome initiative, I jumped at the opportunity. You mean you want me to stay in your hotel and relax?