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Afternoon tea at Kensington Palace

Set in the gardens of Kensington Palace, the Orangery is an 18th century pavilion, once used by Queen Anne to entertain her guests. It was the perfect setting to finally enjoy our very first British afternoon tea, a treat that has long been on my bucket list.  77 more words


"You're from here?"

February 18

Success!! For the second day in a row, we have been mistaken for locals. This time it was Mum’s turn to be asked directions. 1,572 more words

A Rated Guide to London


A district within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in Central London, Kensington is known for its beautiful buildings, impressive gardens, grand museums and royal palaces. 504 more words

Area Guides

Kensington Palace & Kensington Gardens - 2010

In 2010, I studied in London for 3 1/2 months.  I was there from January 2010 to April 2010.  While I was in England, I had the opportunity to do quite a bit of traveling – some local and some out of the country.   241 more words


Fit for a Queen

We are now entering our third week here in London! I can’t believe how fast time flies when you are running all over a city. We have mastered the tube and become professional tourists. 482 more words

We'll Never be Royals

In case you did not know, the British still maintain a respectful loyalty to the Royal Family. So much so that they have the Royal Shield on the currency… 1,147 more words