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Catherinee
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Catherinee

So, I’m moving to London for a few months at the end of the summer. Londoners and Anglophiles, what do I need to know? Where’s the best clubs and pubs, where can I find cheap shopping, vegan food, anything?

posted about 8 years ago
ObscureOverture
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ObscureOverture

That sounds so amazing! I’ve never been there so I can’t answer you question, but good luck!

posted about 8 years ago
 
handmedowntoday
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handmedowntoday

Hey! I live in London too :) Born & bred!! My friend and I found the BEST ice cream place ever on Fitzeroy Street. It’s called Polka Gelato and their ice cream tastes superb. Especially their pear one! Another great place is the Japan centre just off Picadilly circus. They have sell sushi and other japanese food which you can eat there and then since they have a couple of tables and chairs to sit on. They also have a japanese supermarket at the back which is good for buying strange yet tasty japanese sweets! There’s so much more!! But I can’t fit it all in to this reply so message me for more!! x
Chrissi

posted about 8 years ago
 
Classic_Catch
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Classic_Catch

I’m terribly jealous, and will happily bump this thread for you! :)

posted about 8 years ago
 
sophieatfashionjunk
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sophieatfash...

Camden market!!

posted about 8 years ago
 
gstyle
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gstyle

Brick lane for vintage & specialist clothing items, independent cafes & bars, and ofcourse curries…quite a hip, artsy area!

posted about 8 years ago
 
SONIAP
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SONIAP

Hey

You will love it , I love London

I don’t think you need to worry ,half the fun of moving to new places is all the new experiences

Try Oxford road for the main high street shops,

There are plenty of foodstuff , try selfridges food court for expensive but excellent quality food, costa coffee, Nero coffee, there are lovely Indian restaurants very close to the main theatres in London.

Knightsbridge, Windsor castle , London bridge tube station has a walk near the Thames , and some great restaurants

Have fun ! ;)

posted about 8 years ago
 
splashofcolour
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splashofcolour

There’s loads of places to check out for shopping. If big chain stores are the kinds of places you like to shop at then the whole Oxford street area will be perfect for you (perfect mix of high end designer and high street. It’s also where the big department stores like selfridges and liberty are). For vintage Brick lane is good, and for things that are a bit more unique and funky then there’s Camden and dover street market (which btw is a shop and not an actual market). And for a good mix of everything, there’s Covent Garden. You can always try portobello market as well. I’ve not been there personally but I’ve heard that it’s good.

posted about 8 years ago
 
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its a great choice

posted almost 8 years ago
 
KatieLikeMe
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I’m moving there in two years.
Like, legitimately, two years.
Good luck to you!

posted almost 8 years ago
 
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London is a nice place to move there are really many place to enjoy and spend time and many institute for better education and E.t.c

posted over 7 years ago
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