Oh, yes, a tea at Liberty:-)I'm dying to see the paper format!
Catarina, it was nice to meet your "bicho" as well.he had a swell time in London!; )
Hihi:-)Thank you Alessandra, we all know that Mr. Macaco aime du "thé à l'eau" and he's very rude, I hope he didn't bother you much;-)
Mister Macaco said to the waitress that he didn't like her make-up but he also said that Alessandra was sweet, lovely and amazing, and he would like to say thank you for this lovely moment. :)
Thanks for the visit :)
london seems to have all these marvelous places to have tea....
I agree If JaneI 'd like have tea in London too...
Hihi i love that :)
ah ah du "thé à l'eau" sounds very mister macaco!thank you mister M. I know you are a sweetheart :Dif Jane and Maria, England is definitely the best place were to have tea.
Ooh, that's a lovely-looking shop!
i want to be in both places now!
it sounds really exciting. I met a few fellow bloggers once and i felt a little strange, losing my anonimity... Love the shop's window.
You sophisticated ladies! Sounds like you had a lovely day x
Oooh, how lovely. What a nice day. Hope you are well :)
London, Liberty and the Cloth House... I don't think it gets any better than that! :)) Glad you had a great time, Alessandra (so jealous!) ;) Kx
I love tea time at Liberty, their scones are amongst the best!I don't know cloth House, but it is on my list for my next visit :-))
I really liked all the things I found here. Nice blog!
Hello and thank you all!Oh yes, it is nice to meet fellow bloggers and spend a bit of time with like minded people!although there are plenty of fantastic tearooms in London, Liberty is always my favourite (even if they don't have rose marmalade anymore).If you plan a trip to London, I highly recomend a visit to the Cloth House, even if you don't buy fabrics, it is just a nice place to see!
Tea and scones, I'm addicted to both...Oh, and Cloth House too...
two of my favourite places in london - always have tea or lunch in liberty!
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