Tag Archives: George Orwell

For the Love of Tea

Americans love tea*. Just don’t say this in front of someone from the United Kingdom or you may receive a sound scowling. We consume 1.42 million pounds of tea every day. We drink more than 65 billion servings of tea … Continue reading

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Nerding Out Across London

The massive doors of Westminster Abbey are imposing enough without looking up to take in the 100-foot-tall roof and even taller gray stone towers. The abbey, the largest Gothic church in Britain, was built in 1245 A.D. (although a church … Continue reading

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Making a Proper Cup of Tea*

Americans love tea. Just don’t say this in front of someone from the United Kingdom or you may receive a sound scowling. We consume 1.42 million pounds of tea every day. We drink more than 65 billion servings of tea … Continue reading

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