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.