From shows on the West End to exploring all the beautiful parks and pubs in different neighborhoods, we’ve loved having so much time in London. One of the best outings was a tour of the Tower of London by one of the only two female Beefeaters (ever!). Great stories mixing both the gruesome history and what it’s like to now live inside this royal castle.
Plus they had a food festival going on, so it was a double bonus kinda day.
In 1767, Camden Passage was built as an alleyway that would run along the backs of the houses of the then Islington High Street - now known as ‘Upper Street’.
It now hosts an antique market every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday (On the Corner of Camden Passage and Charlton Place, and at the Pierrepont Arcade Market space)
a book market on Thursday and Friday (at the Pierrepont Arcade Market space) and a market with an eclectic mix of vintage & retro clothes, pictures, vintage luggage, interesting one off items, collectables and bric-a-brac on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday (along the Passage near the Camden Head pub).
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