London

Claridge's (for Afternoon Tea)
Enjoy Afternoon Tea (or a special Easter Afternoon Tea in the spring) in Claridge's Foyer and Reading room. Impeccable service and don't forget to look up while in the Foyer - a Chihuly glass sculpture, exclusively commissioned for the space.

Brook St, London W1K 4HR, United Kingdom

Covent Garden
Food, shops, cobbled streets and the bustle of London.

Covent Garden, London, UK

Eurostar, St. Pancras Station, London
To travel from Britain to France, I hop on the Eurostar which in London departs from St. Pancras. St. Pancras is full of eateries, a Hatchard's bookshop and other shops to explore, but do so before checking in on the main floor for your train.

Euston Rd, London NW1 2QP, United Kingdom

Fortnum & Mason
Be dazzled from floor to floor to floor. A gourmet grocer, tea store, place to dine casually or for high tea. The options are endless.

181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER, United Kingdom

Harrods
Go and be amazed. From below ground floor to the designer collections, and don't forget to stop into the grocery market and pick up lunch to be enjoyed at a nearby park.

87-135 Brompton Rd, London SW1X 7XL, United Kingdom

Hatchards Booksellers
The oldest bookshop in London (1797), and located directly next to Fortnum & Mason. Get lost in the shelves of new books and feel as though you are in a regal library.

187 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LE, United Kingdom

Hyde Park
One of the eight Royal Parks in London and with 350 acres, the history abounds and the landscaping will amaze.

Hyde Park, London, United Kingdom

James Smith & Sons, LTD (Umbrellas)
Making umbrellas since 1830, now located in a classic Victorian building in New Oxford find your lifetime umbrellas or walking stick. Handmade and high quality. It was a dream to purchase my first, and no other umbrella compares. Beautiful wood handles.

Hazelwood House, 53 New Oxford St, London WC1A 1BL, United Kingdom

St. Pancras International Train Station
Depart on the EuroStar for Paris at the beautiful, historic train station. As well many other English countryside destinations depart from St. Pancras.

Euston Rd, London N1C 4QP, United Kingdom

The Mousetrap (play), St. Martin's Theatre
The world's longest running play. Written by Agatha Christie (beginning in 1952) and having been performed at St. Martin's Theatre since 1974, enjoy the caper and discover Who Dunnit!

West St, London WC2H 9NZ, United Kingdom

The National Gallery
Located in Trafalgar Square, wander for free from exhibit to exhibit to view more than 2300 paintings.

Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN, United Kingdom

The Pembroke
A pub with yum to fill your tum. The interior is a mixture of old and new and your experience will be unforgettable.

261 Old Brompton Rd, Kensington SW5 9JA, United Kingdom

The Prince Alfred
Classic interior in the quaint, historic Maida Vale. Stop in for the classic pub experience.

5A Formosa St, London W9 1EE, United Kingdom

The Regent's Park
A Royal Park to visit and wander throughout. And don't forget to check out Queen Mary's Garden and the more than 12,000 roses.

Chester Rd, London NW1 4NR, United Kingdom

The Rookery Hotel
Situated in Clerkenwell, London, just one block away from the Farringdon Underground (Tube) station, enjoy large, spacious rooms with classic English décor complete with tea service using Burleigh tea sets and sitting rooms to relax in between outings.

12 Peter's Ln, Cowcross St, London EC1M 6DS, United Kingdom

The Savoy Hotel
For a special stay in the city, situated in and near the Theatre district, enjoy a truly luxurious stay, and explore Afternoon Tea in the Thames Room or simply enjoy your breakfast there. Wonderful service, tucked away in the heart of the city.

Strand, London WC2R 0EZ, United Kingdom

The Warrington
A stunning iconic pub situated in Maida Vale that will please and delight the moment you step inside.

93 Warrington Cres, London W9 1EH, United Kingdom

Westminster Abbey
The history. The prime location of London and England's political heartbeat. Where every monarch has been crowned since 1066. Enjoy the Easter Service (free to the public), whether you are religiously inclined or not. Don't be discouraged by the long line

20 Deans Yd, London SW1P 3PA, United Kingdom

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