This is the real old fashioned tea rooms of times gone by. Betty's Cafe Tea Rooms, Parliament Street, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England. The story began in 1919 when the founder Frederick Belmont opened his first Bettys Cafe Tea Room. The combination of mouth-watering Swiss Confectionery and Yorkshire warmth and hospitality is irresistible. You have a choice of over 300 breads, cakes and chocolates, as well as 50 different teas and coffees.
New Orleans' French Quarter
Sir John Soane, The Dome, Sir John Soane's Museum, Interior as arranged in 1813, London, England.
Versaillies, hall of mirrors, FR | The Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles | Pilgrimito
St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle The burial site of King Henry VIII. The black slab in the isle is the tomb marker of his vault, shared with Jane Seymour,
Tate Britain: London museums
Town Hall, Auvers-sur-Oise, France -- Vincent Van Gogh spent the last 70 days of his life in Auvers, living in an attic room. During those last 70 days, he painted over 80 works of the town, the surrounding fields and residents.
Smithsonian Museum of Natural History USA. One of my faves. I love all the DC museums.