Everyday is Mothers Day Gift Ideas: Royal Tea Travels

Now the tour is going international! Let’s be honest, traveling abroad is on the pricey side and the long flights can make your dreams of traveling fade away like the wind. Thankfully, I found the perfect way to have tea, but you can now drink tea as if you were the Queen of England. Just like you, I am also fascinated with the history of the British Royal family, along with the history of many other cultures. So finding a tea set company who sells authentic sets at an affordable price was hard to find until now.

 

Anne’s Vintage Delights is your destination for having a moment just for you as a woman. Her shop has some of the most intricate designs that will make the perfect gift for the special person in your life. The china is durable and the plate can be used for tea biscuits and many more delicious treats.

This elegant tea set comprising one tea cup, saucer and plate was made by Royal Albert and the pattern is called Silver Maple. The pretty footed cup pairs really well with the soft and delicate pattern of the china.
This tea set  consists of  one tea cup, one saucer and one plate but  they do have more available as well as a matching cake stand.


• The plate measures 6¼ ins / 16 cm across
• The saucer measures 5½ ins / 14 cm across
• The cup is just over 2½ ins / 6.5 cm high

All pieces are in good vintage condition with no obvious wear.

The china will be packed securely with bubblewrap in a postage style cardboard box, sealed with a thank you napkin and the postage seal of the Queen of England.

 

To make your dreams of traveling abroad a reality, visit:https://www.etsy.com/shop/Annesvintagedelights to see all of the vintage tea sets that will make your moments more than just tea, instead you will have an adventure with each cup. You will be seeing me and my tea set traveling the world very soon. Keep following my blog for more of my Royal Tea Travels.

 

XoXo,

Danna

Love and Prayers for London

 

 

When attacks like this happens, my heart is numb. Whenever I hear the police sirens my pulse heightens. Life is like a river, even though the water is dirty,  the love for every creature that dwells within it  is everlasting. Never lose hope for peace and pray for those who do you harm. Showing them evil will only give them power, instead don’t let them see you sweat. Walk with grace and love, because you are a royal nation and God will be with us all.

Love your friend at True Vivant.

No More Chills for The Winter: The 15 Best Winter Vacations

This year we have been experiencing some major bipolar weather. In the summer is hot like an oven, spring was filled with pollen, fall semi- hot when it’s suppose to be cool and last but never least the winter, I am so not looking forward to it this year.  So let’s have a back-up plan, even though taking a vacation may seem like a big ticket number. Well maybe it is and this is something to consider, right?

Here is a list of the 15 best winter vacations:

Costa Rica

#1 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: In December, Costa Rica ushers in its dry season, leaving only 70-degree temperatures to accompany you on your hike through the rain forest. And if you visit in January, you’ll find the tiny country basking in la pura vida while reveling in its many fiestas. Read More

Costa Rica

Bora Bora

#2 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: Bora Bora, with its turquoise lagoons and overwater bungalows, is a bucket-list vacation for many. But this paradise is pricey, and winter doesn’t guarantee tropical weather. You won’t combat many tourists, but you may encounter rain and mosquitoes. Read More

Bora Bora

Kauai

#3 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: Winter welcomes hordes of tourists and inflated room rates, but the cost and crowds are worth it. Relax on the golden sands of Poipu Beach or enjoy the scenery along Lumahai. And though the hike along the northwest Na Pali Coast is strenuous, the landscape is a must-see. Read More

Kauai

Lake Tahoe

#4 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: Lake Tahoe is beautiful no matter the season, so you’ll want to bring a camera to capture the sparkling snowy scenery. When you’re not admiring the powder, tackle it at one of the massive ski resorts. After the slopes, scope out the area’s top dining and nightlife venues. Read More

Lake Tahoe

Barcelona

#5 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: Winters in Barcelona are mild compared to other parts of Spain. If you don’t mind 40- to 60-degree temps, you’ll be rewarded with lower room rates and fewer crowds. It may not be idyllic, but you won’t have to elbow your way through La Sagrada Familia or Park Güell. Read More

Barcelona

Whistler

#6 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: With more than 8,100 acres and 200 trails, Whistler Blackcomb Mountain is a skier’s paradise. Even if you’re not one to schuss the slopes, you can still hit the buzzing après-ski scene. Just make sure you book in advance this is the resort town’s busy season. Read More

Whistler

Playa del Carmen

#7 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: In Playa del Carmen, the beach atmosphere is laid-back, the mixed drinks are strong and the golf courses are plentiful. But ensure the price is right before you book the warm temperatures attract snowbirds, and the hotel rates can fluctuate dramatically. Read More

Playa del Carmen

Tulum

#8 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go:  For such a tiny pocket of the Yucatán, Tulum offers plenty of things to do. Visit the Mayan Ruins, of course, but also consider snorkeling through the cenotes area or scheduling a massage at one of the many beach side spas. Just bring a thick pocketbook. Read More

St. Martin – St. Maarten

#9 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: You’ll get two cultures for the price of one island vacation. Visit French St. Martin for some duty-free shopping and fine dining. Then, hop over to Dutch St. Maarten for the lively clubs and casinos. Or forget about picking sides and focus on the island’s white-sand beaches. Read More

St. Martin - St. Maarten

Puerto Rico

#10 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: In Puerto Rico, you can enjoy the perks of the Caribbean without needing a passport. Attractions range from adventurous (exploring the underground Rio Camuy Cave Park) to historic (traversing the 500-year-old El Morro walls) to luxurious (relaxing on a beach). Read More

Puerto Rico

Queenstown

#11 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: On the other side of the equator, summer is in full swing. Take advantage of the gorgeous weather by hopping aboard a Skyline Queenstown gondola or bungee jumping off the Kawarau Bridge. Prefer to keep your feet on the ground? Hike the Ben Lomond Track. Read More

Queenstown

Seychelles

#12 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: Though winter constitutes the rainy season in Seychelles, the precipitation doesn’t seem to thwart travelers from flocking to this chain of 115 islands, especially around the holidays. You’ll want to book several months in advance to ensure the best rates and availability. Read More

Seychelles

Aspen

#13 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: Winter sports are king in Aspen. You’ll find four main ski areas that welcome powder hounds of all skill levels, but you’ll also come across plenty of high-end shopping and worthwhile museums. To miss the holiday crowds and save some cash on hotel rates, visit in February. Read More

Aspen

San Miguel de Allende

#14 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: Winter is the best time to visit San Miguel de Allende. The rainy season has passed, leaving pleasant, 70-degree days – perfect for soaking up the local culture at El Jardin or hiking El Charco del Ingenio, a 170-acre botanical garden set in an ecological preserve.Read More

San Miguel de Allende

Key West

#15 in Best Winter Vacations

Why go: Key West makes an ideal winter getaway for those looking for warm weather, frozen daiquiris and mellow afternoons. Snorkeling and scuba diving are big here, and you can hit one of the bike trails to shake off the cobwebs from your winter hibernation. Read More

Key West
I hope you enjoyed my travel excursion? With this list you won’t be complaining  about the cool this winter.
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XoXo,
Danna