Glastonbury, Somerset, England
Instead of photographing the many lovely teapots and tea things
I was thrilled to find recently at a thrift shop Half Price Day,
I've chased the dust bunnies off the boxes of photos and
mementos from my first trip to England in June 2003.
Glastonbury was toward the end of the two-week journey,
and as I was only to be there two days, tea shops
were not my #1 priority. That distinction went to
visiting the Abbey, the Tor and the Chalice Well.
This photo was taken from the car park across the
street, next to the gate into Glastonbury Abbey,
while waiting for a bus to the foot of the Tor.
The pinkish building at far left is a charity (thrift) shop,
also not a priority then, as my rollaboard was already full
to bursting with souvenirs and guide books. Out of camera
at right is the Market House Inn, a small hotel-eatery.
The following were shamelessly borrowed
from the Abbey Tea Rooms' website
(quite a treat and definitely worth a visit).
Other posts in the Glastonbury Series:
Round Glastonbury (Wordless Wednesday)
Glastonbury Unplugged (Thursday Drive)
Glastonbury Abbey (Postcard Friendship Friday)
Lovely Kim at Shabby Pink and Pretty,
where you can check out other TTT entries.
Happy Tea Time!