Category Archives: England

Chatsworth

A fairly typical English home, complete with a hedge maze, of course. Advertisements

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Sensory Lab London

Since the emergence of the coffeehouse in the 16th century Ottoman empire, drinking a cup of coffee has been a social and not merely culinary experience.  Like their modern day counterparts, coffeehouse denizens went to see friends and hear the … Continue reading

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Harlequin Coffee House in York

I had an extra day toward the end of my week in the UK and my friend Row suggested I check out York. York in many ways is the quintessential (or perhaps stereotypical) English city: there’s a huge Medieval cathedral, … Continue reading

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St. Ali

Leading up to my trip to the UK I couldn’t stop hearing about St. Ali.  Tweets, blog posts, recommendations from friends- all my sources said that St. Ali had it going on in a culinary sense.  But surprisingly, the most … Continue reading

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(Old) York

It’s my last full day in England and I’m using half of it to check out York.  I’m especially excited about seeing York Minster, which is one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in Northern Europe and the seat of the … Continue reading

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>London Calling

>I’ve been in London for the past two days visiting good friends, drinking fantastic coffee, seeing priceless artifacts/works of art, and seeing incredible places. (ordered in list of importance). There’s more words and pictures to be shared about the awesome … Continue reading

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