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Accessed through an entrance from the evocatively named Swan's Walk, this four-acre walled garden was founded in 1673 by the Society of Apothecaries of London to provide apprentices with an opportunity to grow medicinal plants for study - a use that remains vital to the garden's mission today. Containing a collection of themed gardens interpreting the history and current uses of medicinal and edible plants, the Chelsea Physic Garden is home to the Tangerine Dream Cafe, listed as one of London's Best Park Cafes, open from April through October. The garden offers seasonal activities, art installations and educational programs.
about 9 hours ago
Sardinian food is on a par with the best of Italian food. It is a veritable melange of Italian, Spanish, French and Arabic influences and that makes the resultant concoctions greater than the sum of their parts.
about 14 hours ago
Ostermalms Saluhall is a seafood lover's dream. Yes, you can also buy meat, produce, pastries and other items, but the abundance of seafood is what makes this place special, in my opinion. With restaurants tucked away inside the Saluhall, it's a great place to either pick up something to go or sit and linger over a nice meal and a glass of wine. I stopped by here for lunch at the well known Lisa Elmqvist, where I had a beautifully presented and delicious toast skagen. Who knew shrimp mixed with mayonnaise and dill and topped with bleak roe would be such a great combination?
about 17 hours ago
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