On the third day of our stay in London we went to shore ditch. There we looked for nice vintage shops. We walked from the shore ditch high-street subway station to the bus station. We took there the bus to the shore ditch shopping area. We found a vintage very fast in one of the first streets. The shop calls ‘we admire’. It was a vintage store where they had completely original and oh-so-irreverent shirts.
Camden Town is a popular town in the greater London area.
Camden town attributes her popularity to the Camden Market, The name sounds like there is just one market, but it’s a collective name for the various markets in Camden Town. The Camden Market is very popular and it’s one of London’s biggest attractions. Camden Town itself currently belongs to a lot of hotspot lists. It’s visited by a wide
audience, but especially by young people. Continue reading “Hotspot #4 – Camden Town”
A little yellow cafe in Soho opened on 22 August 2005. It was called ‘Save Ferris’, but after a few weeks they changed the name into ‘The Breakfast Club’. Meanwhile, there are 10 branches scattered in London and Brighton plus 4 cafes.
The Boxpark in Shoreditch opened in 2011 as the world’s first pop-up mall. You can recognise the Boxpark by its black and white pattern which is painted all over the street. There are different stores side by side where you can buy street food, clothes, accessory and a lot more. Shoreditch is booming and so, the Boxpark offers a unique position for lifestyle brands, cafes, galleries and restaurants to succeed. I have made a list of my favorite places! Continue reading “Hotspot #2 – Boxpark Shoreditch”
After a long journey, we finally arrived at our residence for three nights, the Generator Hostel. This brings us to the first hotspot. What a nice place to start and end your days in London! Continue reading “Hotspot #1 – Generator Hostel London”