Some articles on tea room, tea, room:
... The Tea Room is a new student service at Queen's University that is striving to incorporate environmental sustainability and education into the world of ... The Tea Room opened October 5, 2006 ...
... Tea drinking is a pastime closely associated with the English ... Tea first arrived in England during Cromwell's protectorate and soon became the national drink, with tea drinking a national pastime for the English ... noted that "hroughout the whole of England the drinking of tea is general" ...
... Her path eventually takes her to a room with a large, metal, cubic bath where two Japanese women in blue serving garb, amah, attend to her ... shorn and dressed in denim, is guided by twine-wrapped rocks to a room separated by a large antique screen on which a traditional fishing scene is painted ... In the screened room the Male Guest takes off his shoes and falls asleep ...
... the syndicate was formed, the summer resort grew to include the hotel, dining room, tea room that also served as a sort of general store, a dance hall, a boat rental, and ... In 1912, Adelaide Hemstreet opened the Sunset Inn Tea Room ... Guests were fed in the tea room, which became exclusive and gave the Inn a very good reputation ...
Famous quotes containing the words room and/or tea:
“Grief fills the room up of my absent child,
Lies in his bed, walks up and down with me,
Puts on his pretty looks, repeats his words,
Remembers me of all his gracious parts,
Stuffs out his vacant garments with his form;
Then have I reason to be fond of grief.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“They were right. The Soviet régime is not the embodiment of evil as you think in the West. They have laws and I broke them. I hate tea and they love tea. Who is wrong?”
—Alexander Zinoviev (b. 1922)