26 November, 2014

AFTERNOON TEA BUS TOUR WITH BB BAKERY

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What better way to spend a Saturday afternoon than traveling around some of London's famous hot spots, whilst enjoying some afternoon tea? Thanks to the lovely May from Red Velvet London for inviting me along to this trip courtesy of iDBUS and BB Bakery. If you're interested in iDBUS they're an European coach service, who's destinations include Lille, Brussels, Paris and Amsterdam. They offer comfortable seats with plenty of room as well as WIFI for your European trip. You can find out more on their website :)

We started our trip by meeting near the London Eye, where a group of friendly bloggers gathered round before we started our journey aboard the classic route master bus!
 bb bakery afternoon tea bus tour

We settled in on the top deck where the tables were all laid out with delicious sweets and treats, as well as gluten free and vegan options too. I tucked into the mini sandwiches before going for the raspberry and chocolate macaroon and raspberry tart, both delicious. We also had champagne and later on scones and tea, my favourite combination! BB Bakery set the scene perfectly with fairy lights, festive candles and background music too.

bb bakery afternoon tea bus tour

Even though I've lived in London for years, I never get bored of seeing the sights. The journey lasted around 1.5 hours, lots of time to have a good chat with the other girls including Nadine from German Girl in London and Alice from Form 42.

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This was such a fun afternoon, thank you to the friendly Belgium host for keeping our champagne glasses topped up as well as entertained with his funny anecdotes! I would recommended this Afternoon Tea Bus Tour for parties, special occasions or a sightseeing trip with friends or family.

iDBUS also kindly gifted us with some handy goodies, including a portable phone charger, travel pillow and eye mask as well as the surprisingly generous voucher to travel on their iDBUS plus a guest! Thank you so much, I can't wait for an European mini break :)


What do you think of the Afternoon Tea Bus Tour?
 
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27 comments

  1. Looks like a fantastic event!

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  2. This looks amazing, who doesn't want to experience an afternoon tea whilst on a double decker bus touring London city! Such a cool idea x

    Beauty with charm

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  3. This is such a cute idea! It looks like you had a great time.

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  4. Hey Viv, yes it was fun! xx

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  5. I know right, it's so British!

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  6. !! this looks like so much fun! I love afternoon tea, London buses, and London tourist attractions haha.

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  7. This looks like so much fun, I'm glad you had such a good time :) can't go wrong with afternoon tea and London!

    Lovely photos too, as always :)

    Hazel Jane xx

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  8. Now this is my type of tour! Well it looks like you had plenty of fun, those treats look so delicious. I would love to do something like this one day.

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  9. Love this idea! Afternoon tea whilst taking in the sights... this would be a great birthday or hen party activity.

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  10. Haha all my favourite things too :)

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  11. Thanks Hazel! Yes it was lovely way to spend an afternoon :)

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  12. Yes it was really good fun Eileen! x

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  13. I agree, I was thinking the same :)

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  14. Ah, as if afternoon tea isn't up my alley enough! This just makes me miss London, can't wait to head back sometime in the future. And girl, you're beautiful (a little obsessed with that blazer, too) :)

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  15. That would be so cool if you're in London in the future, be sure to drop me a line ;)
    Aww thanks girl you're too kind (blazer's from H&M!) xx

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  16. Is this for real? I have to try it. The idea of an afternoon tea bus tour is just so fantastic.
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  17. Afternoon tea on a sightseeing bus! Brilliant :) Actually, I'd be interested to know what's your FAVORITE place for afternoon tea? So I can add it to my someday-in-the-future-London-trip-list, you see :)

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  18. Oh my god, everything about this is adorably amazing. Especially the tiny food! I really wish proper tea was more of a thing in the U.S. but I guess that's just all the more reason to visit London!
    XO Camey

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  19. Yes it's a great idea isn't it :)

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  20. Ohh one my faves is a cute little place - Bea's of Bloomsbury. I reckon you would LOVE afternoon tea at Sketch - unique and quirky. I'll make reservations when you're over :)

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  21. Aww I know miniature food is 10 times more fun to eat, haha. Yes we love our afternoon tea in the UK! xx

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  22. All so stylish & delightful! Even love the cutlery neatly pocketed in the napkin. Impressed there were vegan options too :)

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  23. I know they had a really good selection of food and plastic drinking mugs to keep your tea hot and not spilling around!

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  24. Omg I want to go so badly! How cute. I went to my first "High Tea" in Ottawa over the summer, but definitely want to try the real deal when I finally make it over to London :)

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  25. Yes it's such a big thing over in the UK, you'll be spoilt for choice :)

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  26. This is so cute!!! I need to look into this =)

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