Falmouth Harbor

Falmouth – Cornwall’s Ferry-Land

Hopping a ferry is a way of life in the water world of Falmouth Cornwall. The rivers Fal and Hal

English Tea at Bank House Shropshire England

What I learned About English Tea in Southern England

Are you a tea drinker? I am. A strong cup of black tea has been my morning and afternoon lift

Wythall Estate and Lower Wythall across a field of hay in Ross-on-Wye England

Wythall Estate and Vineyards: New Directions for an English Country Retreat

It’s a landscape of fields, livestock, farm buildings, and woodlands. Narrow country lanes are held in place by hedgerows and

The Yankee Clipper

Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum – Irish Coffee and Flying Boats

County Limerick is best known for its humorous verse, toe-tapping music and rich history. It’s also known as the home

Tea Service The Ritz

Afternoon Tea – Five Iconic Teas in London

The History of Afternoon Tea According to some sources, the tradition of Afternoon Tea started in London in the early

Order by Tablet at Inamo Restaurant

Inamo Restaurant – Covent Garden Eatery

Nestled in a quiet street less than a two minute walk from the hustle and bustle of Covent Garden station

Salted beef with hot mustard and sweet gherkin on a soft beigel from Beigel Bake London

Eating London – East End Culinary Walking Tour

Eating London Offers Up British Food Served with a Side of History My East End culinary walking tour more than

Delectable Sweets Afternoon Tea Lancaster Hotel London

Lancaster London – Afternoon Tea with a Twist

Afternoon Tea is a must for me on any London visit. It doesn’t matter if it is a cliché, it

Art on Display Wallace Collection

Little Known London – Discovering London on Foot

My goal during my stay at The Arch London was to explore the little known London, on foot wherever possible.

Martini Library 2 The Arch London

The Arch London – Stately Elegance in Central London

My first thought upon arrival at The Arch London was ‘What a Lovely Hotel’. It has a simple elegance that

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