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Shop/See: Portobello Road Market

Portobello Road Market, Notting Hill, London-reminds me of back in the day

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The Portobello Market in charming Notting Hill ~ London.

Girl in Notting Hill: Portobello Road Market

Jackson Hole Wyoming

The town of Jackson has a lot going for it. This is why it is such a popular tourist destination for thousands each year. It sits at an .

London: Leadenhall Market  Fun fact: this is where they film the Diagon Alley scenes in the Harry Potter movies

City of London: Leadenhall Market Fun fact: this is where they film the Diagon Alley scenes in the Harry Potter movies

The Top 10 Theatre Pubs In London

The Top Theatre Pubs In London

#Portobello Market in #London

London - Day Two

Portobello Market After Camden Market this is my Favorite market or part of city I lived here for a while so nice place constantly visiting him partly because of a friend and see what s new :)

Maltby Street Market: This small market is one of London’s best hidden gems. Every Saturday, local producers sell their street food under the railway arches in Bermondsey. Make sure to get there before lunchtime, as most stalls wrap up in the early afternoon.

Maltby Street Market: This small market is one of London’s best hidden gems. Every Saturday, local producers sell their street food under the railway arches in Bermondsey. Make sure to get there before lunchtime, as most stalls wrap up in the early aftern

V & A Museum London - whenever I went on a day-trip from Brighton to London, I'd visit a museum in the morning and maybe watch a football match in the afternoon or evening (Arsenal or Chelsea normally but also supported Brighton at Crystal Palace's ground on several occasions)

V A Museum, London - like getting lost in your great grandmother's attic.if she was Queen Victoria!It's my favourite museum:)

Neal’s Yard in Camden, London surrounded by two- three-story stone buildings with gabled roofs & brightly painted window frames, is as inviting an outdoor gathering spot. It’s a secret spot that you wouldn’t know about unless you knew where to look. Find one of the two alleyways that lead into this former warehouse no-man’s-land, & sit down for a rest amidst cafes, shops, plantings & whimsical public art. It is minutes away from a tube stop, but you’ll feel miles away from the city.

Neal's Yard in Camden, London. Cafe opens out into this small intimate courtyard space. Like the human-scale of space and the surrounding buildings.