Hyde Park, Victory and Albert, and Tea and Tattle
All of the travel writing I've been doing of New York has made me look back at all the photos from England and Cambridge. I can't believe it's almost a year since I stayed there for one summer. I miss all of the places and people, and of course, all the frickin' tea.
One weekend, I decided I really wanted to see the Victory and Albert Museum, and Hyde Park. Thanks to my recent devotion to Virginia Woolf and Mrs. Dalloway, Hyde Park seemed like a very appealing spot to visit.
It really didn't disappoint.
So after my stroll through the rose garden and lunch along the Serpentine, I headed over to the museum.
It also didn't disappoint.
I love wandering around new cities, and sometimes these are trips best to take by yourself. After ogling at all the dresses, jewels, and paintings in the V&A, I wondered around a bit until I hit a cute tea shop called Tea and Tattle.
I can't emphasize enough just how freaking cute this place is.
A Victoria sponge cake stuffed with raspberry jam and cream, and a pot of peppermint tea.
I know. It's so freaking British.
I miss it so much.