a little bit long period

Emi japan

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Hi,
Please, help me figure out how a native speaker would say "a little bit long period" when you want to say for example:
You enjoyed a relaxing bath at the hot spring of fitness center for the first time after one or two months. Not after a long term, you know. Thanks.
 
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  • Bevj

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    Welcome to the forum, Emi japan.
    I'm afraid that 'a little bit long period' doesn't make sense in English and therefore it is rather difficult to know what you want to say.
    Do you mean that you hadn't been to the spa for a few months and then you returned?
     

    Sprachliebhaber

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    In English, "... for the first time in quite a while". < Thread now in English Only. Cagey, moderator. >
     
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    Emi japan

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    I mean I enjoyed the hot bath which is equipped with the fitness center in a few months since the last time.
     
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    Bevj

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    < Thread now in English Only. Cagey, moderator. >

    '...for the first time in quite a while' is a good option.
     
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