I was looking through my photos last night and it dawned upon me that I did not document my entire UK trip. So, even though I have been home for two solid months I wanted to share a few more snapshots so that I can document my trip (mostly for myself). The following collection has me yearning to hop across the pond sooner rather than later!
Beantown and I were Laduree-aholics when I was in town. We went every single time we were in town. I cannot remember if that was three or four times now. However many it was, I could have benefited from one more trip. One can never enjoy too many caramel macarons!
I may or may not have forced Melissa to try the caramel tea. I like to think this little treat changed her life and tea drinking for the better.
We lucked out with a beautiful day in Londontown!
Harrod's now has a cupcake shop inside. For any American that has spent time abroad you know that cupcakes, cakes and pastries are not exactly what we are accustomed to here in the land of the free and the home of the brave. If I lived in London I think I would make my way here (okay, or to McDonald's for fries) every time I yearned for a little slice of home.
I spotted this couple pushing their SilverCross pram while walking their two sweet pups on our way to the Tube. That is certainly the life!
Beautifully packaged teas were everywhere I looked!
Now, why can't the eggs I buy be packaged like this?
I loved the "H" Hunter boots, but the Union Jacks won out and came home with me. These might be a must for my next trip...
Burlington Arcade never gets old. I could spend all day walking up and down and browsing the windows of its' darling shops.
Laduree hot chocolate is like drinking liquid gold. It is one of the most well deserved treats after a day of walking and exploring.
God save the Queen!