Tea Day

Its always time for tea in my life, but Tea Day, on November 12 at the world’s Fairmont hotels is a lovely way to enjoy a meal steeped in tradition and history.  The Royal York, 100 Front Street. West, Toronto, will be offering a Royal Tea for $40, featuring several dishes associated with the Royal Family, including the chocolate biscuit cake that was made for Prince William at the wedding and a variety of other treats favoured by Queen Elizabeth.  Cocktails and a vast selection of teas from the Commonwealth will also be at hand.  A portion of the proceeds will go to Interval House, a local shelter for abused women and children.

This delightful event will be  held in the Library Bar from 12:30 to 3:00 pm and you can reserve a spot  by calling 416-860-5004.

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About The blog of travel & lifestyle journalist Melody Wren

Melody is a freelance writer because she believes that work and fun should not be mutually exclusive. She writes about travel, food, lifestyle and green living. Melody loves staying in a place long enough to get acquainted. Local customs, markets and traditional cultures are magnets for this writer. When not writing she’s either on the road, in the air, or savoring something tasty. Most of her travels feature outdoor adventures of some sort, although she typically avoids sleeping on the ground. She is an ordinary person that enjoys challenging and pushing herself, facing fears with an eye on experiential travel. She needs to do it, feel it and see it so she can write about it. Her hope is that her stories encourage readers to get out there and do the same.
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