Free sex with Elizabeth from Bath is on the cards if you drop her a message – this big tits bisexual wench is what you might call the proverbial ‘goer’, and alongside enjoying action movies (we won’t make the obvious joke about what kind of ‘action’ those movies have in them!) likes her pussy licked as she clamps her thighs to your head, before gobbling your cock so you can slide it in her trimmed bush. The less said about those tanlines the better, but those tits look like a handful or several of fun, and would look pretty good with a heavy load of cum all over them. In her mid thirties (no exact age given – apparently Liz is quite the secret squirrel) so as the song says: Dirty Thirties it is. Single as she has such a big sexual appetite, casual sex hookups are all that this Bath girl is looking for. Suits us down to the ground!
And once you are done getting your free sex courtesy of the naughty lady, you might be interested in some of the Bath info below. Because once she is done using your cock she doesn’t want you to stay for a cup of tea or any of that old bollocks!
Bath is a large city in the county of Somerset, England, known as Bath because of the Roman baths. Under the Latin name Aquae Sulis (Water Sulis), the city became a spa around 60 AD, when the Romans built a bathing temple in the valley of the River Avon, where the hot springs are known today. It became an important center of the wool industry in the Middle Ages and under the administration of George L. Will and George III in the 18th century formed into an elegant spa town known for its literature and art.
The baths gained prominence in Roman and Georgian times and reflect this continuous development over two millennia, with a stunning medieval abbey church perched on the Roman bathtemple complex in the heart of the modern 18th century city. The city has two universities, University of Bath and Bath Spa and University and Bath College, which provide further education.
Bath attracts 1.3 million tourists a year – who knows how many have had the pleasure of Elizabeth’s sex fun – making it into the top ten of English cities most visited by amount of people. The members represent the national government in the City of Bath and North East Somerset Council, as well as elected members and officials of surrounding parish councils, heritage agencies, city business groups, residents “associations, universities and tourism companies. Bath is named after the English city of Lady Bath, the daughter of William Pulteney, one of the original landowners.
Bath has equal representation and no longer has a councillor or parish council, with Bath City Council ending with the abolition of Avon in 1996. The World Heritage Steering Group of the City of Bad supervises the preparation and implementation of the World Heritage Management Plan.
In the 18th century, under George III, Bath developed into an elegant city with neoclassical and Palladian buildings that blended into the Roman baths. The history of the city is shown in the Bath Architecture Museum housed in a building which was built as Trinity Presbyterian Church in 1765.