Monday, January 16, 2012

LONDON Part 3


Big Ben!




Buckingham Palace!





The Park Lane Hotel! 

 I AM OBSESSED WITH THIS HOTEL!!!  It's totally art deco chic!


The gorgeous afternoon tea room!










The Afternoon Tea @ The Park Lane was AMAZING!!!  If you ever have the opportunity you must absolutely go!  I know the place to go for tea is Fortnum & Masons but I unfortunately planned too late and we couldn't get a reservation but the Park Lane far exceeded my expectations for tea!


Cannot leave London without having Indian food!!  It was delicious! :)



Traditional English Breakfast!


Eating in the train cable car on our way back to Germany!  AHAHAH.  

I'm so dorky but this was so fun hahahah. I like novel things what can I say :p

43 comments:

  1. The petite pastries are so lovely. London must be treating you well.

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  2. Ever since going to London, my family and I have made English breakfasts almost every month. It was my first time having milk in my tea for breakfast and I loved it. The Indian food in England was excellent (according to my memories) and I remember asking my dad why LA didn't have Indian food that delicious.

    While I was at the Buckingham Palace, my brother wasn't feeling too well, so the workers there took him to their "infirmary" and on the way there, we got to see so many rooms other people don't see. It was pretty incredible. :D

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  3. omg afternoon tea and indian food in London are two of the BEST THINGS there - looks like you had such an amazing trip! Love that gold Chanel too!

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  4. TEA ROOM!! Looks so nommy! I've never been to one before ;|\

    richelle
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  5. cute cute blog x

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    xx

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  6. One of the best parts of travel is the food! Looks like you guys had such an amazing trip!

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  7. The Park Lane hotel looks so lovely and chic. Their tea spread looks delicious as well. Ah I want to try Indian food in England as well, I hear it's great there. Everyone looks so happy in your pictures, I hope you had a great train ride back to Germany. :)

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  8. I am loving the pics of the various landmarks. How exciting! That hotel is fabulous Lisa and I'm loving the tea sandwiches. The food looks so good. Glad you guys had an awesome time. :D

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  9. I love the whole afternoon tea routine. I wish we did that in the states! Looks like you guys had a wonderful time.

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  10. I love afternoon tea the pastries look amazing!

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  11. All that food has me drooling!! And that hotel is beautiful.

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  12. i have to go to london one day! My brother is going in May as his honeymoon with his future wife and they're goign to Paris as well. i'm so jealous :p I can't travel this year I have so much to do! The afternoon tea looks amazeballs!!!

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  13. The pics of the sights look amazing and the food definately looks delish
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  14. It looks like it must have been SOOO cold in London! LOVE the tea room!

    xx Vivian @ http://diamondsandtulle.blogspot.com

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  15. seem like you had a wodnerful vacation time in the UK with ur family~~~evrything looks delish~~~i unfortunately had never tried high tea yet...never really had the time to go...but seem like such a wonderful.. experience~~~
    PS rmber i t old u that we didnt have snow in Toronto..well we got snow now...and i wish we didn't...soooo cold outside....

    Jessy
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  16. I love your London pics, afternoon tea, indian food to end it. Lovely moments with your family captured beautifully! London is one of my favorite cities.

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  17. omg i would love a traditional english breakfast!

    im so happy you're having fun!

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  18. whoaaaa,, I always dream about go aboard, but I still on my way to go there
    maybe london will be my destination.. huhuhu :))
    and that cake was sooooooooooo yummy :9

    anyway, mind to follow each other? <33


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  19. The cakes in the park lane look SO delicious! :) Sounds like you had an amazing trip :)

    Love, Vanilla

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  20. Wow, wonderful places, cool photos!:)

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  21. the food the food the food - i just drooled silently over here! the indian food look so gooddd .. the breakfast... aahhh and the deco of the interior of that hotel - as though u just walk into a dream hehe

    x

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  22. Such a great post, I like it!!! The photos are simply great!

    Take a look and if you want we can follow each others: Cosa mi metto???

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  23. London looks amazinggggggdroolomgsoamazing. The hotel does look incredible AND THE FOOD. HELLO THERE AMAZING HIGH TEA and Indian food which I've never actually had but looks delish

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  24. those pastries look absolutely divine! and I cannot take my eyes off those sandwiches! soooo nommilicious.

    ♥ laura
    the blog of worldly delights

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  25. gaaaaahh.. how i wish to visit LOndon! you all look so happy and enjoying to bits ^^ food looks heavenly! yummmm

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  26. oh wow all looks so yummy! x

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  27. is that butter chicken i see?! YUM! i love indian food now (thanks to the bf), but i`m a wimp and can`t handle anything spicy!

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  28. I adore your London photos! I was there this past September and fell in love with it! x www.casualglamorous.com

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  29. I absolutely LOVE the Park Lane Hotel! Their afternoon tea is so scrummy. I wish I could go there everyday, but I think I wouldn't be able to afford my flat if I did that! Haha.
    Looks like you had a great trip!

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  30. Mmm so yummy!! I plan on visiting London soon, so I will have to keep afternoon tea there in mind!

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  31. Love the pictures!! Following you, follow back? :)

    xo, Cathrine

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  32. Your vacation looks so amazing. I have been wanting to go to London for a long time. It looks beautiful there and the food looks delicious.

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  33. London looks so pretty! I hope I'll have the chance to visit one day. All of the food looks delicious, and though I'm not a big tea drinker, I'd love to go for a proper afternoon tea at least once in my lifetime :)

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  34. London :) very interested :) visit back :) Nice Blog

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  35. Such fun pictures! I seriously love traveling virtually with you on all these trips! xo

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  36. I was in London in December. I haven't blogged about it yet. I love that city. We went to London, Paris then back to London over the New Year and then caught our flight.

    You look like you had fun. I wondered when you went and did we bump into each other. =)

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  37. Aw...I'm so jealous of your London trip! Your afternoon tea looks like so much FUN!! :D I love that you were able to spend it with your family too.

    P.S Love your new B. Atwood babies!!! The color is TDF. <3<3<3

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  38. aaaahhhh, yay for part 3!!!
    i've been taking notes because i will definitely try to go to all these places and eat all that yummy food when i go to london one day. ;)

    p.s. the train is so nice! and i like the idea of eating on the train a la angelina jolie on the tourist, haha. ;)

    <3, Mimi
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  39. The tea looks scrumptious!!!!! AGHHHHH! I want to have it now too, sigh now I feel so "afternoon" tea deprived that even this cup of early grey isn't helping, in fact it's making me sad that there's no tiers of goodies to go along with it lol Just out of curiosity, did you need a reservation for tea there? Oh and I would never have thought of having Indian food in London!!! I'd be too focused on the tea and bf on the shortbread cookies lol They're sooo heavy and fattening but according to him, oh so good! hahahaha Can't wait to hear about more of your adventures!

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  40. So lovely, all of that food looks sooo amazing (most of all the tea room!), glad to see you had a wonderful trip !xx

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