London Shopping

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    Love the champagne section of the store
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  • 1. Harrods

    Known as one of the world's premier store for high end items ….Harrods is a store that isn't for everyone … pricey isn't the word here …. it's out of control prices !!!!! It is fun to walk in and...

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  • 2. Clothes and Shoes

    Jermyn Street runs parallel to Picaddily and this is where gentlemen of distinction come to clothes shop. The writer Tom Pocock described Jermyn Street as the Carnaby Street for the older man. Shops...

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  • 3. Camden Market

    The Camden Buck street market advertises itself as The Camden Market; it is also known as the Cage as it is surrounded by a grid fence. The stalls are cramped together at the little space. It's a...

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  • 4. Souvenirs

    You may have heard of the Paddington Bear children's books by Michael Bond, which were also made into an animated TV series. This young bear, with a fondness for marmalade sandwiches was found at...

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  • 5. Department stores

    This high class store opened in 1707. Fortnum and Mason have held a number of Royal Warrants to serve the royal households dating back over nearly 150 years. I enjoy to have a wander round this...

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  • 6. Petticoat Lane, Spitalfields and Brick Lane

    Spitalfields Maket is a larged covered area with shops and bar/restaurants at the sides. Market is held at the court area according the following schedule: Th: Antiques & vintage 10AM - 4PM Fr:...

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  • 7. Music, video, DVD's etc.

    "It's only Rock 'n' Roll" is a memorabilia store for Rock 'n' Roll items, like T-shirts, records, mugs, posters, bags, wallets, keyrings, badges, photographs and autographs. Business Hours: Daily:...

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  • 8. Portobello Market / Notting Hill

    The Portobello Green Market is one of the markets in Portobello Road. a.k.a. The Westway. At Fridays and Saturdays there are new designers together with sellers of vintage. Sundays is for vintage and...

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  • 9. Food and Drink

    What I like about Neal’s yard shop it’s that I get to taste couple of cheese before I buy as it’s only recently I have started eating cheese and only the hard cheese but as my partner adores cheese we...

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  • 10. Other Markets

    There is a very good food, plant and flower market in Ebury Street , SW1 on Saturday mornings. The market is at the junction of Pimlico Road and Ebury Street and had about 20 stalls. The goods on sale...

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  • 11. Jewellery and luxury goods

    Describing itself as the 'world's best kept secret', The London Silver Vaults in Chancery Lane are housed within a unique underground building that's home to over 30 silver dealers. Originally a...

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  • 12. Hamley´s

    If you have kids you have to visit Hamleys. That's not just an encouragement, you may literally have no choice. As the world's biggest toy store it's a magnet for children. It's also a potentially...

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  • 13. Covent Garden / Jubilee Market

    Brompton Bikes are famous across the world for their innovative design and the way in which the fold up making them ideal for commuters to take on trains and buses. Near to Covent Garden is their...

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  • 14. Selfridges

    We went into Selfridges again during our 2014 London trip. The Oxford St main entrance still have all the grandeur there always was. Entering the store in the perfume section and walking straight up...

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  • 15. Oxford Street

    The Plaza is a covered shopping centre on Oxford Street. The mall is home to the following shops: Accessorize BB’s Coffee & Muffins Cards Galore Classic Color Color easyGym Games Workshop Heena...

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  • 16. Carnaby Street

    Carnaby Street is an area well known for its boutiques and independent shops. It also has some high street shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. I especially love the chocolate emporium, Chocywokydoda,...

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  • 17. Books

    The Book Warehouse is a book shop with many titles at low prices. But the store also has some CD's, souvenirs and every day needs in stock at low prices. The Chain has shops at eight London...

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  • 18. Borough Market

    Borough Market is a busy, buzzing market. It's open for lunch on Monday to Wednesday, 10 am to 3pm and there is a full market day on Thursday to Saturday. If you going on a weekend be prepared for...

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  • 19. Personal accessories

    Part of the Columbia Rd Flower Market scene on Sundays, this small shop prepares and sells excellent fragrances, for the body and home. A little on the expensive side, but well worth a browse around...

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  • 20. Home furnishings

    We came across a very unique brand of furniture on a walk through South Kensington. The furniture is bright and colourful and designed to an individuals needs. The showroom is well worth visiting if...

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  • 21. Esoterica

    This is a small shop in the Camden Stables market, tucked away in a back corridor. The walls are painted red, the better to show off the sculptures. The prices are very good and mostly all the...

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  • 22. Sports and games

    Southampton street has become a cluster for shops selling adventure / climbing / sporting equipment. I think it began with the YHA adventure shop, but now North Face, Mountain Warehouse and other...

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  • 23. Bond Street

    Update April 2014: branch locations updated There are several branches of Nomad in London – my photo shows one opposite Russell Square tube station which has since closed, but there are branches...

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  • 24. Regent Street

    Linking Piccadilly Circus and Oxford St, the elegant curve of Regent St represents on of London's loveliest shopping areas. A great mixture of well-known high street stores and international...

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  • 25. Fortnum & Mason

    This is one of the Monarch's official stores located near Piccadilly Circus in central London. It has 5 floors with just about anything you can imagine at decent prices. As you enter the street level...

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If you can't buy it in London, you probably can't buy it anywhere, as London has just about everything.

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