A Very British Day

Afternoon tea has quickly become a favorite date for my hubby and I. It’s such a fun thing to do and because it’s such a common thing here in the UK, there are tons of places with different vibes to pick from.

This time we choose afternoon tea at The Podium. A fancy restaurant in Westminster London, this place is inside a Hilton. So if you’re traveling in the London, you don’t even have to venture outside for this British staple.

For drinks I had a mocha latte and my hubby had a fig and rose mixture tea. I’m not even a tea drinker, and that tea was delicious. The first round were sandwiches, that were almost too pretty to eat… almost. The best round of course, was the dessert. A layer of scones and then two layers of chocolate treats. The black forest gateaux and the passionfruit strawberry tartlet were my favorite.

On our way back, we took a walk through what we thought was just a park. Turns of it was Buckingham Garden. While we were strolling through, we spotted Buckingham Palace! One of the places I’ve always wanted to see! We made our way to the palace and it was so busy. Side note: if you’re American in the UK and you’re missing home, just to go to a tourist site. All the Americans are there. We walked around taking pictures and taking in the all the sights. Literally just as we were about to leave we saw the guards coming out. To see the changing of the guards was something I put on my London bucket list, so be able to tick this off with my favorite person was incredible!

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