Harrods was such as special place that it needed its own post. Dior purses to chocolate to caviar, Harrods is the place to go. Old world charm yet new world elegance to palate satisfying goodies, awesome! Date of Visit – 7/20/2016
On Day 3 I went to High Tea at Fortnum & Mason on the recommendation of a co-worker. I was not disappointed.
We went to Spence’s Bazaar, a combination flea market and Amish Market. There was a cacophony of things for sale here such as: furniture, meat, desserts, furniture, hammers, cell phone cases, and anything you can think of. If you like bazaars, this is a place for you! I took pictures yesterday and in November and a combination are below. Did I mention you can buy almost anything? 🙂
There is something about the water. Large bodies of water, a lake, or a pond, it doesn’t matter. I believe that’s why I love to come to the Wholefoods in Columbia by the lake each Sunday that I can. I normally just show the view from one window pane or my breakfast on Instagram but the photos show a little more of what I see each visit from flowers, to the sky, to a display of various foods.
I went on a journey today that was supposed to take me to the National Zoo. Unfortunately I forgot about the National Zoo being a Government organization. It is currently shutdown. So my journey took me in a different direction. Fortunately, I ended up at the The Spice & Tea Exchange of Georgetown.
The proprietor was very pleasant and encourages you to open the jars. This I did and I purchased Herbes de Provence and Ginger Sugar. The Herbes de Provence is excellent and I am sure the Ginger Sugar will be also.
The shop sells spices, herbs, sugars, salts, peppers, and teas.
Name: Spice and Tea Exchange