Afternoon tea at The Orangery & Kensington Palace

Tea, Earl grey, the orangery, Kensington gardens, London

After several attempts (and failures), we have eventually booked an Afternoon Tea at the Orangery. A beautiful XVIIIth century place  where we recommend tasting a tea and enjoying the view above Hyde Park rather than ordering a full afternoon tea (even if the price is not so expensive). Take the opportunity to walk in the gardens and to discover the last exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery -currently a Zaha Hadid’s tribute to discover in a next post. And if you are with your children or if you are just a Victoria era’s admirer, visit the Kensington Palace, a more intimate castle where you will share the most intimate soties of the princesses who had lived there. Continue reading “Afternoon tea at The Orangery & Kensington Palace”