So I'll be spending three weeks in London this summer studying at the Globe Theatre. I don't imagine I'll have too much free time and I have seen the "traditional" London attractions (Big Ben; Changing of the Guard; Tower of London; St. Paul's; Piccadilly, etc...), but I would like a recommendation for afternoon tea and I'm also curious if there are interesting/ethnic neighborhoods that may be located safe walking distances from the Globe Centre (I will be housed somewhere near/on the premises is my current understanding-- don't have all the info yet). Also, recommendations for tea houses, coffee shops, bookstores and cafes/restaurants a bit off the beaten path would be helpful as well. I have visited London only once and have no sense of the layout of the city so any help will be much appreciated!
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