26 July 2011

Rolling, rolling, rolling



I  have so much to tell you but it's so very rude to speak with your mouth full.

Heavenly or what?
















27 comments:

  1. Oh Lilly, how beautiful that is! What pretty pictures you took!
    How yummy!
    How mouth-watering! Delicious!
    I hope you had an absolutely wonderful time!

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  2. Ooooh! Everything looks absolutely heavenly. That looks like your beautiful daughter. I think the only afternoon tea we ever had was at Blenheim. Nothing fancy like yours though. I believe it was the first time we tried clotted cream. Mmmm...
    Your plate of desserts with that amazing looking flan looks simply terrific! Sighhhh....

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  3. Love your photos Lilly! Isn't it fun dining at "High Tea".
    I'll be 'highteaing' at the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney shortly.

    I bet the diners must have thought you were some type of food photographer or reporter taking all those photos.

    Looks like you are happy and well my friend, so keep shining won't you.

    Big heart hugs
    Peggy xxxxx

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  4. Wow! Looks totally yum.

    BTW how do you get away with taking photos at posh restaurants? Don't the waiter tell you off? ... or fee out of place.

    I'm easily embarrassed :)

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  5. *gasp* it all looks so beautiful!

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  6. Tonight temptation came in the form of these delectable confections that are calling me to go to tea in Boston. And I'd sworn off sweets. Damn-u, Lilly!

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  7. Oh My Lordy! What a GORGEOUS Display of goodies....How do you make choice---One of Everything?? (lol)....A Sumptious Afternoon Tea in a BEAUTIFUL Room....! Is that there in Melbourne, my dear?
    I want ALL the Flanb and EVERYTHING Chocolate!! Right Now!

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  8. wow wow wow, you've gone English:)

    hello lilly:)

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  9. oh I do so enjoy photos of the good life Lilly! Thanks.

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  10. oh I do so enjoy photos of the good life Lilly, thanks!

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  11. Loved everything you had to say! lol, beautiful!

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  12. ok that's it: next time I'm in Oz, you and me are meetin', honey, and it's gonna look just like this :))

    xoxo

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  13. ok that's it: next time I'm in Oz, you and me are meetin', honey, and it's gonna look just like this :))

    xoxo

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  14. Oh where did that comment go? Poo. OK, I'm definitely going to find you when I come to Oz next time and we're going to meet somewhere that looks like this :) xoxo

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  15. Oh yum, this looks delicious in every possible way....

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  16. Nice post! Nice photos!
    Thanks for sharing, Lilly! You make my day! ;D

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  17. Looks like you might be back to the running and exercise stuff soon LOL

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  18. WOWEEE !! What a gorgeous sight - just looking at all that food laid out so beautifully makes me feel as though I've been there and have enjoyed it thoroughly... Thanks!

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  19. Oh my! What a gorgeous buffet AND a chocolate fountain!!! You'd have had to roll me out of there :-)

    Looks like you had a lovely time, Lilly.

    xoxo jj

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  20. Hi again Lilly, Oops.. I meant to say that I would like to order the goodies in pictures numbers 9 and 10 as soon as... Pleeeezzee !!!

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  21. Good thing I wasn't there :) Looks yummy.

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  22. Where have you gone? Are you eating your way through the buffet?? Or swimming in that chocolate fountain or still in a sugar haze?

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  23. Ahhh, the Windsor!
    Those pictures must be taken in the dining room.
    Didn't know they put on a spread like that.
    The rest of the place seems a little tatty in places. But has a lovely olde worlde feel. A great pub to stay in (if one ever has reason to visit to Melbourne) mainly because there are always taxis waiting out the front.

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  24. You managed to capture - in living, yummy color - every sweet weakness I have!

    Hope life is treating you well.
    Love,
    Helen

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