Lost in Camden

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One of my favorite spots in London: Camden! My first time in London I went to Camden to indulge in all those beautiful things you can get over there. It’s not only fashion and style, there’s also food, drinks, party, and more!

You can visit open-air and indoor markets, each with its own distinctive flavour. It’s such a magical and addictive place, every time I’m on a visit to London my feet automatically leads me to Camden again. ;)

Enjoy yourself in various options:
*Get some new stylish or vintage fashion at stores like Camden Lock and the Stables Market. You can also get some antique stuff over there like chests, mirrors, and more.

*Enjoy some tasty food and drinks at various booths.

*Get wild in the pubs and clubs.

I even got my hair cut by an academy hairdresser for free. Win. :D

If you are on the hunt for some photos it’s the place to be. Even if you are just walking around the streets you are at the perfect Lomo playground because of all the buildings with all their shapes and figures.

Open your eyes as there are lots of things to discover!

Camden, North West London
The Camden shops and most of the stalls are open 364 days a year (not December 25th).The nearest London Underground station is Camden Town tube station on the Northern line.

written by spoeker on 2011-03-07 #places #shopping-camden-london-lcg-market-food-drinks-people #travel-destination #location #vintage-fashion-style

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