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April 7, 2004

Rome: “Babington’s Tea House”

Filed under: — Laurenz @ 6:48 pm

British-Italian cultural exchange
Typically british? Maybe, however, this tea house is situated right beside the Spanish steps.

One Response to “Rome: “Babington’s Tea House””

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Are there anymore photos of this tea house available? I’m curious to know the owner’s name - iI think i might have met him before.



Random post from the past:

Inner sanctuary, Abu Simbel

When I last visited Anu Simbel in 2004, it was imposible to take photos of the inner sanctuary. Fortunately, I had already done so 12 years earlier. In the sanctuary there four seated statues of Amun, Ra-Harakhty, Ptah, and Ramesses. The temple was constructed in such a way that the sun shines directly on 3 of the statues during two days of the year only the statue of Ptah - the god of darkness - remains in the shadow. More pictures from Abu Simbel. ...

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