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Days Sixty-Two thru Sixty-Four: Curtain Call in London, England

Two more days left in Europe. Two more days left of my once-in-a-lifetime adventure before I return home. Two more days to spend sight-seeing, and I was fortunate enough to spend them in the wonderful city of London, England. 1,032 more words


Humans of London and New Jersey and Philadelphia

Something to keep you going while we’re waiting for informed Philadelphia art posts.


NJ and Philadelphia

Church (bet you thought I forgot. get up and dance.) 6 more words


Fortnum & Mason

Inaugurated in 1707, the elegant Fortnum & Mason in Piccadilly is a paradise for all of the tea. It is also one of the Queen’s favorite brands and offers one of the best afternoon teas in the United Kingdom!

Travel Thursday, Piccadilly Circus

Although it is always crammed full of tourists, I love Piccadilly Circus. I’ve been lucky to visit on quieter days, and there can be a peace about it that isn’t easily achieved in London. 725 more words


Fortnum and Mason Afternoon Tea and Pride

The absolute best days out in London are the curve ball days.

Those are the days when you’ve planned to come into London for something specific, but while you’re there you end up stumbling across a different event or experience, which turns out to be absolutely amazing. 644 more words



On Monday evening, I decided to go to Fortnum & Mason’s to buy my boss some fancy pants tea. Darjeeling, dahling (it’s delicious, albeit a million pounds). 166 more words

The Other Fortnum and Mason Clock

An assistant will open the glass

Crank the lever and play

Upon request

The grand music hall clock

A slot for fifty pence pieces is hidden away… 108 more words