Camden Town & Covent Garden #MarinaTravels
Nothing beats a beautiful afternoon spent wandering in London. Didn't they say a bad day in London is still better than a good day anywhere else? Well, having spent some time in this gorgeous, historic city, I can indeed confirm all the nice things they say about this place are true.
Today as the city of Taipei, where I currently reside is once again in a gloomy, rainy state, I'd like to continue to reminisce about my days in London and talk about some of the most visited spots in the UK capital - Covent Garden, Camden, and SoHo District among others. These places are cool and unique in their own ways and hopefully, after reading my blog you can rest assured that your trip to England will be nothing but special!
Camden Town & Camden Market
|Macaroon vendors in Camden Market|
Campbell's Canal Café
|In front of Campbell's Canal Cafe|
Campbell's Canal Cafe is one little surprise I had when visiting Camden with my friend. I was recommended by my friend to give this place a try. This is a health-conscious, vegan cafe with funky, modern design, a bunch of cool dishes and desserts. It is right by the canal, you can order a coffee and sit by the window see, enjoy the music and the beautiful view. I absolutely loved the place and would without a doubt go back.
|Camden Town Tube Station|
Covent Garden, Neal's Yard and SoHo
After my visit to Camden, I hopped on the tube and wandered to the Covent Garden area. I was not looking to find a famous tourist spot or a particular shop really. I just wanted to immerse myself in the London atmosphere. I spotted an Urban Outfitter on Seven Dials, after a brief shopping I then headed to Covent Garden for a little while, took a few photos on Carnaby Street and China Town before making my final stop at Neal's Yard.
|The Covent Garden Area|