- Beautiful lights at Milsom Place
- Giving away apple pies at work
- Angels descend on the Christmas Market
- No.1, Royal Crescent.
It feels this week has vanished in about a blink. Mum came for a visit on Sunday and we decided to fit in some of the Bath sites we haven't got to you yet. We had a good feed first at Cosy Club (I'll miss that place when I move), which was great. Hello, perfect Eggs Royale. After that, we headed to No 1, Royal Crescent, which is the museum on what is probably the most famous street in Bath. If you've seen Bath on the telly, it's probably the Crescent. No 1 is set up as it would have been when the Crescent was built, and is beautiful. Mum and I especially enjoyed the little details, like all the trinkets in the ladies bedroom.
After a good explore, we fought our way back through the Christmas Market crowds to have a proper, traditional Bath bun. A proper Bath bun is nothing like the ones you might buy in a supermarket. I was too busy eating to take a picture of mine, but the traditional Sally Lunn bun looks more like a huge bread roll. They are really massive, but really light. We went for one with Welsh Rarebit and Mushrooms and one with Cinnamon Butter. SO GOOD.
The rest of the week has mostly been filled with attempts to organise the move, which is happening next weekend, and some packing. Packing in a small flat is very hard.
So, what's been catching my eye on the internets?
For bloggers, this list of Ten Ways To Get Over Bloggers Block is really useful, and has some great ideas.
It's been officially announced now that Wonder Woman will appear in the as yet untitled Batman Vs Superman, and that she'll be played by Gal Gadot. I'm not sure about this yet. I'm a huge, huge Wonder Woman fan (I started collecting the comics not long ago) and I'll be gutted if she's not…right. I don't really know much about Gal Gadot, and she might be brilliant. She'll definitely need to bulk up though; Wonder Woman needs to be curvy and strong, not your traditional skinny Hollywood actress. Mostly, I'm just disappointed that we're not getting Wonder Woman film as her first appearance. Although, I'd trust nobody but Joss Whedon to do it, and as he's working with Marvel now, I guess that's pretty unlikely.
And finally, Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the USS Enterprise has a Christmas message for you: