We've just got back from my last full day here.
Yesterday she took me around all of the shops for a mini shopping spree. Bath is such a beautiful city, especially when the sun is out (most of my photo's seem to miss the sun, I don't know what happened there :/).
It's my birthday on Saturday so she offered to take me into the Lush store to pick out presents :)
The Lush store in Bath is amazing. Its bigger than I thought it would be and the staff were so helpful.
I asked them advice on what products worked best on what skin type etc, and if I wasn't sure then they quickly made me up a free sample to try in my own time. But the amazing thing about it was they weren't pushy either. Lush is definitely a unique shopping experience! It makes a nice change to overly pushy/miserable people I'm so used to being served by in most other high street shops.
My sister bought me a couple of lovely things, and I picked up a few things for my OH who's birthday is 2 days after mine.
I have to admit....Lush has seriously got to me and I instantly became an addict. I shamefully went back there again today to buy MORE things for myself. And they remembered me which was nice. Though it's probably just as well I don't live in Bath as they'd soon be sick of the sight of me (I know if I could I'd be back again tomorrow! Haha).
I've decided I'm going to keep them all untouched until my birthday (yes, even the ones that are technically gifts from myself, I know thats really sad). And so I've decided not to reveal the haul until I get to see them all again! :)
Today we decided to make it a touristy day (plus Lush trip), so my sister took me to see the Roman Baths:
|My Favourite Photo: Throw a coin into the pool to please the God's and make a wish. |
I think it's so beautiful.
Next time I visit I want to go to the modern working baths for a day of pampering...and Lush :/
We then went to the Fashion Museum:
I dont know what I was expecting from the Fashion Museum, but I've been to the V&A museum and was expecting it to be better seeing as its a museum specialising in fashion. I liked that there was a room with examples of undergarments (corsets, crinolines etc) that you could physically hold and try on. But aside from that it was pretty much the same. Though I guess it depends on what exhibition was on, as I wasn't overly keep on looking at wedding dresses.