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Mee Playing Tourist in Central London

A couple of weeks back I was invited to be one of the first guests in this newly renovated boutique hotel in Central London called Montagu Place. The location is excellent as it’s just a stone throw away from Marble Arch and Baker St tube stations, and the oh-so-lively Oxford Street. They have 3 types […]

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Afternoon Cream Tea at The Beaufort Hotel

Just right before the whole boat shenanigans, I happened to be invited for an afternoon tea at The Beaufort Hotel in London. I love afternoon tea. An afternoon of outing is just not right without sitting down for some tea and scone. So when this offer came up, my reaction was: YES ABSOLUTELY I WILL […]

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St Bartholomew-the-Great: One of London’s Top Secret Site

I got to know this lovely church on a London city walk. It’s one of those places that I probably wouldn’t have found by myself if nobody told me about it. It is tucked in the corner of East London, and was very quiet. There were only a few other visitors apart from us. Our […]

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“We Are Proud to Present…” at Bush Theatre

On the weekend I went to see a play with the longest title ever known to plays: We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as Southwest Africa, From the German Sudwestafrika, Between the Years 1884 – 1915 The title makes little sense before you see the play (excuse […]

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York: Minster, Victorian Museum, Trains, and Tea

When I told people that I was going to York, they asked “Not New York?” “No. Old York.” Is there any other York out there, I wonder? I loved York. Just two hours train ride from London, it is I believe one of the top destinations in England. It has all the grandness of Canterbury […]

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The Best London Museum Cafe for Afternoon Tea – Instagrammed

There are very few things I like to do more than wandering inside a museum in a couple of hours followed by afternoon tea with a piece of scone or cake. Mmmmm it’s truly London at its best. As both a museum and an afternoon tea junkie I’m always on the lookout for great museum […]