Afternoon Tea Bus Tour: the best way to drink tea in London
During the long autumn afternoons, where fog and rain takes over those who have never let himself taking a break with a tea accompanied by biscuits and pastries?
It is common knowledge that in England the afternoon tea is a ritual for millions of British people that especially during the weekend come together to drink a cup of tea accompanied by various sweets and appetizers. Not everyone knows that this ritual has ancient origins dating from the 800 d.C. when the Duchess of Bedford decided to break the interval between the two main meals, lunch and dinner with a cup of tea accompanying it with a slice of cake and some pastry. Soon, however, he realized that people that visit her loved this habit and she decide to arrange afternoons with other friends or nobles in the area where this simple break was a joyous moment in which they shared not only a cup of tea but also ideas, reflections and opinions. In a short while this habit took hold throughout England and then extended to the whole world. What I want to propose you , however is a different version of the afternoon tea ritual. Two similar offers for two British cities London and Bath, this is what Brigit’s Bakery’s suggest to us. Sip the afternoon tea on a typical red English bus with the city tour included accompanied by cupcakes, quiches, sweet pastries , muffins, sandwiches, tartine, with a gluten free or vegan options to to make it possible for everyone to enjoy Brigit’s Bakery’s delicacies. The London tour begins with departure at Victoria at the following times. 17.00 or 8 Northumberland Station at 12.30 or 15.00 there are several times with the menu that will remain unchanged to meet the demands of everyone, following the map with the stages of the bus tour, who would not like to sip a cup of tea while admiring the Big Ben or Buckingham Palace vegetarian pics.
The London tour begins with a departure to Victoria on the following times: 12.00 to 2.30 pm to 5 pm or from 8 Northumberland Station at 12.30 or 3 pm there are several times with the menu that will remain unchanged to meet the demands of everyone, following the map with the stages of bus tour, who would not want to sip a cup of tea while admiring the Big Ben or Buckingham Palace?