Everybody loves a get away, and for me getting away is luxury, work literally takes over my life, making blogging, having fun and just everyday life hard to enjoy.
So a couple months ago I received a text from my aunt, asking me if I wanted to go away for her 40th birthday to Bath.
There was no hesitation, this was perfect and with plenty of notice to get the money together and book some time off of work.
The hotel was absolutely gorgeous, and so very posh, I literally felt like I had stepped out of a movie, as it was a old building it had a u-shaped staircase with pictures covering every space on the wall, all the way to the top (Mind you climbing these stairs was a killer).
And mid-way up the stairs there was a little alcove with two chairs and a small table, which me and my friend Kath took advantage of when we came home that night a little tipsy.
We stayed in room 5, it was a beautiful room, with high ceilings and the most beautiful furniture, and this hotel really had a thing for lamps!
At 6pm we headed to a Bar called Revolution where we had an hour and a half to do cocktail making, this was an experience, not only did I learn how to make cocktails, I also had the privilege to see my Aunt rather jolly for the first time.
(Excuse the low Quality, I had to use my phone, Left - Kath and Myself - Right - Strawberry WooWoo)
I got to make strawberry Woowoo's and chose a Kentucky Derby to make just for myself, which had my favourite in, Ginger Beer.
My aunt ended up having to go back to the hotel early, as she was really ill so me and Kath ended up staying out later and explored Bath, where we came across a lovely little pub.
The next morning, my aunt still wasn't any better and had to ring the doctor, they said she sounded like she had a bug so we had to leave Bath early.
But before we left, me and Kath decided to take a walk, and I took my camera so I could take some photo's.
The weather was poor all weekend, rainy and windy, so taking photo's was quite hard as my lens kept getting wet, but I had to get pictures of this stunning place, it has so much history and the buildings are so exquisite.
What are your thoughts on Bath, and have you ever been there?
Have a lovely week