This past Saturday we decided to walk to Camden Town, which is located in the northwest part of London. It’s a funky town that’s great to visit when the weather is nice. I have posted about Camden in the past so I won’t go into too much detail about it. Instead, I’d like to show some photos from our walk.
We started off by walking through Holland Park.
We passed by Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park
We veered off Oxford Street onto James Street for a bite to eat
We stopped at Euston Tap for a refreshment
A mural we passed
Finally, Camden Town.
A happy couple!
I hope you enjoyed the stroll.
TB Markinson is an American who's recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn't writing, she's traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
Her novels have hit Amazon bestseller lists for lesbian fiction and lesbian romance.
She cohosts the Lesbians Who Write Podcast (lesbianswhowrite.com) with Clare Lydon. TB also runs I Heart Lesfic (iheartlesfic.com), a place for authors and fans of lesfic to come together to celebrate lesbian fiction.
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Thank you for the stroll, it brought back many memories of my time living in Holland Park and the walks I took.
I love Holland Park! In fact, I might take my dog there this weekend 🙂
Wow, that looks like a really busy and popular place. You will have to add that to the list of places you are going to take me ok? Great tour – thanks :).
Consider it added!
I loved the stroll!!!! Did Miles go along??? And the food look yummy !!!! Beautiful pics!!! And it looks like it was a loverly day!
Miles stayed at home, and he was unhappy about it. But he hates busy streets and crowds so I don’t think he would have enjoyed it.
Ah, am feling nostalgic!
Come on over!
Very nice stroll indeed.
Looks like it was a beautiful, sunny day in London. Great pics. Thanks for sharing.
The weather was perfect, warm, but not too hot.
What a fun place to live! I love walk able cities!
I’ve been fortunate and lived in Boston and now London. Both are wonderful places to explore on foot.
Yes, I enjoyed the stroll. I really like the park with fountains.
That is one of my favorite places to sit and soak it all in.
Well this was good! As you were mentioning names some of them were familiar – that’s because I hear some names on TV during the news or in programs. Good to see a bit of it with the names of the places too! Thank you
I’m glad you enjoyed it. It is fun to see the places I’ve seen on shows or in the movies.
Thank you for the lovely tour TBM 🙂 What a lively little town!
I never get bored here!
Oh this was a lovely post – a great trip down memory lane for me!!! Looks like you had a great day!! 🙂 **
It was a fun day! Memories are wonderful, that’s one of my favorite parts of my blog, searching my photos and remembering my trips. Thanks Xandre!
Is that green house in Notting Hill near The Swan pub? Because if it is, I think I’ll move there…
Wonderful post. I’m quite envious – would absolutely love to do that stroll! 🙂
The green house is about 10-15 minutes from the Swan. So I think that’s workable for you. If you ever visit, I’ll take you on this stroll and I’ll buy you a drink at the Swan.
I think I’ll hold you to that promise… 🙂
I hope you do.
Thank You. I enjoyed the tour leaded by You. I was very curious to see photos Notting Hill; that due to the movie.
Notting Hill is a fun part of town. Lots of quaint shops and homes. And on Saturdays it has the Portobello Road market.
I miss Camden Town! Haven’t been there for a while, thanks for reminding me of this place! 🙂
It is an interesting place that never disappoints, especially if you like people watching.
I love the stroll!! such beautiful scenes. Keep on sharing London view 🙂 I love to visit it one day
I’ll do my best Novroz. I do love exploring this city and I hope you get your chance to.
It’s a fun place. Love that first shot of the bridge with the beautifully reflective water. (if water can be thoughtful, that is)
Thoughtful water…I really like that.
What a lovely walk!
These are lovely photos. The Nottinghill pictures reminded me of the Hugh Grant film. Glad to see you enjoyed your walk. These are perfect photos as well for the weekly photo challenge on daily life! 🙂
I love these little stories contained in the pictures. The town houses at Notting Hill are really gorgeous and sort of what you come to expect.
Camden looks crazy but fun.
It is crazy…each time I’ve gone there is a buzz about the place.