The Camden Stables Market in London, consists of a group of 19th century horse stables, horse hospital, workshops, warehouses and vaults, all connected by cobbled lanes, with it's various levels connected by ramps. It all started in 1854.
Autumn in London. I've been here too. There was a riot at the time. Can't remember what about but seemed like people were pretty mad. Harrods is a nice place to shop. They also have a nice place for the men to relax and drink beer and eat there fancy cheese platters while the ladies shop. Another place that is too big to describe.
Hampstead village ranges from wide leafy avenues with imposing detached mansions to classically picturesque, almost medieval, lanes, squares and cul-de-sacs, packed with a fascinating variety of architectural styles, dating back 300 years and more, many with famous, historical literary connections. Hampstead Heath, with it's hilly mixture of woodlands, gardens and pastures, provides an oasis from the surrounding urban stresses.
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