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Vincent says: The town of Bath in the West Country is one of England’s architectural gems.  It was a handsome resort in the eighteenth century when Beau Brummell made it famous, and it is still a popular watering place.  One of its charming restaurants is The Hole in the Wall, a small, slightly Bohemian place that prides itself on unusual and well prepared food served from an informal buffet.  This specialty takes advantage of the really superlative salmon that is one of the joys of the British culture.

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