Saturday, September 6, 2008

British Afternoon Tea Guide - special offers

If you want to partake in the traditional British Afternoon Tea, you will appreciate these special offers from the free British Afternoon Tea guide, Afternoon Tea:
2 for 1 September Offer at Jumeirah Carlton Tower London Waist-friendly chic at The Metropolitan Group Booking Offer at The Waldorf London Seasonal favourites at Swissotel Howard London Yorkshire Afternoon Tea Afternoon Tea at Four Seasons London

7 comments:

  1. I rather fancy the Yorkshire Afternoon Tea!
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    Please have a look at my entry today as I've given you an award! xx

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  2. Really nice site and some good ideas there for places to go. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Hi flighty, the Afternoon Tea at Jumeirah Carlton Tower appeals to me.

    You've given me an award? I'm off to have a look at your blog now!

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  4. Flighty, thank you for the Tree of Happiness award. You've made my day!

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  5. Hi cb, You're welcome - I'm pleased you like the site.

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  6. Afternoon tea is an English tradition, not a British one!

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  7. While it's true that the tradition of afternoon tea started in England, it has spread to the rest of Britain.

    In fact, the website I link to in this post (http://www.afternoontea.co.uk) offers a free British afternoon tea guide. If it really bothers you, I suggest you contact the site and complain that they are wrong, and should remove the information about venues located in Scotland, Wales and Ireland that offer afternoon tea.

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