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Full-Day Tower of London and Westminster Abbey Tour with Optional Afternoon Tea or London Eye
"Tower of LondonAfter a warm welcome from one of the Tower's Beefeaters experience one of the most iconic buildings in London. The Tower of London has always played a prominent role in British History at its heart is the White Tower built to strike fear and submission into the citizens of London. Explore all four floors including the Royal Armouries Collection.Enjoy the spectacular display of the Crown Jewels revealing these priceless treasures like never before. The Crown Jewels are part of the Royal Collection and are still used regularly by the Queen; they include some of the most extraordinary diamonds in the world.Panoramic TourEnjoy a panora time for lunch then we explore the area known as the 'South Bank' home to the Tate Modern Art Museum
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Afternoon Tea at The Rubens at the Palace Hotel in London
"There is no better place to enjoy this traditional English occasion than sitting back in our Palace Lounge overlooking the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace. The pastry kitchen at The Rubens is led by our talented Head Pastry Chef Danielle producing the freshest pastries and cakes for our guests to enjoy. With a reputation as one of the best in London we pay respect to the traditional of Afternoon Tea whilst incorporating fresh twists along the way. Dietary requirements are also catered for. Enjoy a Traditional Afternoon Tea featuring a selection of mouthwatering finger sandwiches and delicious freshly baked scones selected pastries and a choice of milkshake hot chocolate
From GBP32.00
Afternoon Tea at The Milestone Hotel in London
"Afternoon Tea is a quintessentially English tradition and is upheld in its finest form here at The Milestone. It is a treat in more ways than one - a delicious array of delicate finger sandwiches is accompanied by warm freshly baked scones served with as well as a selection of pastries including tartlets cupcakes and macaroons. Accompanied by a vast tea menu including a selection of exclusive single estate teas enjoy tea at your leisure in fine surroundings and experience the superior service for which The Milestone is renowned. Also take the opportunity to discover the rich history of The Milestone Hotel extending back to 1689 and once home to Ambassadors and Barons. The traditional Afternoon Tea is the perfect balance of sweet and savoury and features three tiers of sandwiches French pastries and fruit and plain scones. The finger sandwiches include Smoked Scottish salmon and cream cheese freerange egg mayonnaise and Hampshire watercress
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Kensington Palace - The Orangery

The Orangery at Kensington Palace is a lovely place for lunch, or afternoon tea. Not a huge menu but a reasonable choice. You do not have to purchase a Kensington Palace ticket to access the gardens...
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Jan 13, 2010


Restaurant located in Kensington Gardens with nice views of the park. Went for lunch and had a salad and tart. The food was good but the service was very slow. If you have an afternoon to relax, this...
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Dec 27, 2009

The Orangery Restaurant at Kensington Palace

This is a rare combination of a truly stunning location and great food at reasonable prices. Fabulous al fresco seating when the weather is nice, but the interior is equally stunning. Range of high...
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May 24, 2009

The Orangerie at Kensington Palace

This was one of my favorite experiences in London, and a must do for any visitor! The orangerie is a sophisticated, but not over the top tea room in Kensington Gardens. You can take tea and a variety...
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Aug 22, 2007

The Orangery

I always have afternoon tea on my list of things to do in London and somehow I always just don't find the time but since I had spent the day walking in Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens I figured it...
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Jun 10, 2007

The Orangery

The Orangery is located in Kensington Gardens, so, if it is a nice day, it's a great place to sit outside and have some tea or coffee if you need sustenance to help you keep strolling. The food and...
May 06, 2007

Orangery at Kensington Palace

The Orangery at Kensington Palace is literally that - a greenhouse converted into a tea house. Located behind the palace, the Orangery serves a charming afternoon tea complete with your choice of tea...
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Feb 14, 2005

The Orangery Kensington Gardens

Salads, sandwiches, tea and cakes. Lovely airy white table cloth atomsphere. Because there are no steps in/out you will find many tables of smart mothers with strollers but their babes and toddlers...
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Feb 12, 2004

The Orangery restaurant

When the weather is fine, sit outside on the terrace and enjoy the view of the palace and its elegant gardens. Mike and I had tea here at the Orangery.
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Jun 02, 2008
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The Charterhouse

On a tour you don’t get to go everywhere around the gardens but you do get to go in the Charterhouse Square where you can see the sundial and the coat of arms high on the wall and from there we have...
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Lincoln's Inn Fields

An ideal place for taking a break from sightseeing around Holborn or Covent Garden, Lincoln’s Inn Fields is the largest public square in London. There are large expanses of grass for picnicking as...
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St. Giles in the Fields Church

I'd discovered my great grandmother Mary had lived in St Giles High Street, so decided the area needed paying a visit. It lies between Shaftesbury Avenue and Great Russell Street, and is also close to...
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St. Alfege Church

Christopher Wren is the name most associated with the building of London churches in the 17th centutry, but Nicholas Hawksmoor added his own distinctive stamp too. St Alfege's is one of...
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Jewel Tower

Not to be confused with the Crown Jewels in the Tower of London, the Jewel Tower is the freestanding medieval building in Abington Street opposite The Houses of Parliament. There are only two parts...
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One New Change

The shopping mall One New Change has a public roof terrace on the 6th floor and it can be visited for free. The terrace offers panoramic views towards St. Pauls Cathedral and the southern side of the...
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