>>>Tea time on the bus

Tea time on the bus

If we try to come up with London stereotypes, Big Ben, red double-decker buses and tea will probably all spring to mind. The Afternoon Tea Bus Tour combines them all, in a single experience. It is a bus from the 60s, converted into a restaurant, which serves afternoon tea—or breakfast—while traversing the best-known streets and monuments of the British capital. The trip, which departs from Trafalgar Square, lasts 90 minutes and, besides tea, it includes sandwiches, mini-cupcakes, mini-quiches and other English delights.

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