Literary Destination: A Bear Called Paddington

This entry is part 1 of 15 in the series Literary London & Enid Blyton's Dorset

Hopped up on caffeine from the piping hot English Breakfast Tea I’d readily accepted from the airline steward with a sexy British accent, I was wide awake. Rather than sleep on the plane, I’d instead chosen to spend the early hours of the morning watching the live action Paddington Bear movie and sipping black tea poured from an actual tea kettle being carried down the plane isle.

Airbnb: Welcome to Roupell Street, London!

This entry is part 3 of 15 in the series Literary London & Enid Blyton's Dorset

Our Airbnb in London was located on Roupell Street, which is occasionally used for various movie sets because it still looks similar to the way it looked 200 years ago.

IMAX, Harrods & Wicked, London

This entry is part 4 of 15 in the series Literary London & Enid Blyton's Dorset

IMAX On our last day in London it rained all day. Far from being disappointed, I thought, “This is more like London.” We were all grateful that we had nowhere specific to be that morning,…

Travel Log: Rain & Reflections – Day 11

This entry is part 5 of 15 in the series Literary London & Enid Blyton's Dorset

Rain in England is not just a myth. We’d been fortunate so far with only one day of rain, and now we were treated to our second; just so we didn’t get the wrong impression…

A Purbeck Bus Expedition & Good Eats in Wareham

This entry is part 6 of 15 in the series Literary London & Enid Blyton's Dorset

One of my favorite things about England is the double-deck buses. I love sitting in the front row of the top deck above the traffic and watching tree branches hit the front of the bus…

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