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    The London Style Guide (maybe you can get it at the library) is a great guide for visiting London areas (like Primrose Hill, Hampstead, Bethnal Green/Columbia Rd Flower market etc) that aren't standard in a tourist guide and provides a map of where to find cool cafe/restaurants/bars and cute shops and walks.

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    This is the book I'm talking about, been my bible since I've been here.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/1742...&robot_redir=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    The London Style Guide (maybe you can get it at the library) is a great guide for visiting London areas (like Primrose Hill, Hampstead, Bethnal Green/Columbia Rd Flower market etc) that aren't standard in a tourist guide and provides a map of where to find cool cafe/restaurants/bars and cute shops and walks.
    Thanks so much! After checking out the Columbia st flower market online I will definitely be heading there as well as Angela Flanders perfumery

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    London dungeon and madam tussauds are brilliant!


 

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