Lavenham – Stepping back in time with crooked houses, cream teas
Justin Kett, The Swan hotel head chef from Wenhastone, Suffolk, puts the finishing touches to a traditional English Afternoon Tea for Two Feb. 21, 2014, in Lavenham, Suffolk. English cream teas are just one of the delightful traditionally English features of the town. Lavenham dates back to medieval times and made its fortunes as a wool town. The crooked, half-timbered houses make it a big tourist attraction in East Anglia. (U.S. Air Force photo by Karen Abeyasekere/Released)

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