I thought it was time for another travel post, so today I am taking you to yet another wonderful market in London, the Camden Markets. Popularly referred to as “Camden Lock,” it is located in Camden Town near the Hampstead Road Lock of the Regent’s Canal. Now, you’re probably saying to yourself, gee, this woman goes to a LOT of markets. I do. I find when travelling that markets such as this one, the Borough Market, and Portobello Market really give a taste of what a neighborhood is all about. I like mingling with locals and tourists alike, and always enjoy seeing what people eat and buy.
The fourth most popular visitor attraction in London, Camden Market attracts nearly 100,000 people each weekend. You can find quite an interesting variety of things here, among them crafts, clothing, bric-a-brac and fast, and ethnic foods.
Are you hard to fit when it comes to buying shoes? I think this shop can accommodate you.
No, these are not gumballs, these are rocks. A chart hanging behind the dispenser explains it all. As a former geology major, I quite enjoyed this.
“T” is for toilet, not Mr. T. and I wouldn’t want him staring at me when I’m in the bathroom. I can’t imagine anyone wanting one of these toilet seat covers. Scary!
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