Week-end de luxe, Brown's Hotel, Londres, Royaume-uni - Privilèges Voyages
The London Library, the world's largest independent lending library. It is a central tenet of the Library that, as books are never entirely superseded, and therefore never redundant, the collections should not be weeded of material merely because it is old, idiosyncratic or unfashionable: except in the case of exact duplication, almost nothing has ever been discarded from the Library's shelves.
Pinner: For serious tea lovers, I insist one shop be at the top of any London itinerary: Postcard Teas. I visited this airy spot on Jane Pettigrew's recommendation. It's tucked away on a quiet, tiny block called Dering Street just off the shopping bustle of Oxford and New Bond. The owner, Tim d'Offay, has traveled the world for 15 years, imported tea for 11 years and had Postcard Teas open for five.
Shopping Fortnum and Mason in London, England-- this 300 year-old store (orginally a market) is worth a stroll for the gorgeous interior and beautifully packaged provisions.