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First - Loop yarn store. I ordered a beautiful wool shawl online and asked to pick it up in the store. They had it all ready for me when I arrived, but they did not rush me to leave after I picked up the shawl....More
Despite its name Camden Passage is situated at Angel Islington. It is a quaint collection of cafes, antique shops and also good cheese suppliers and fishmongers. Much of the stuff for sale on stalls is junk - after all tourists are plentiful here. However there...More
I have been many times to Angel but little did I know about this lovely passage. Very picturesque and cute. Like a different world. I can imagine it to be enchanting around the festive season. Will be back.
We went on a Monday, so not very busy, which was great as it was very hot! Had a good look around the passage saw some great stores, highly recommend a visit. If you want to visit all the arcades and antique stores, only a...More
Perhaps it was the time we visited; maybe shops were winding down/packing up because there wasn't much to see and what there was too see in terms of stalls was quite tacky. Ended up having a drink at a restaurant and going elsewhere.
Camden Passage, London, Islington, is not only a place where to shop for vintage or antique collectables ot quirky independent products, but also to sit down in one of the cafes - I am thinking of the Viennese Cafe, serving delicious coffee and original apple...More
I read some mixed reviews about this market but went along to see for myself. I found it a lovely place to wander and interesting stalls to look at. The stallholders were friendly and informed me that there had been a lot more stalls at...More
Their own web site suggested there was an antiques market every Wednesday so we decided to go there. What a disappointment. Arriving at 10.00am there was hardly anything there. A few bedraggled stalls and an odd shop. After 5 minutes we were finished and retired...More