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Ye Olde Cock Tavern, Fleet Street, London - originally built before the century. It has been frequented by Samuel Pepys, Alfred Tennyson and Charles.

Hidden down an alley behind Covent Garden, London - Neal’s Yard is a unique and colorful shopping area lined with ‘slow food’ and ‘raw-centric’ cafes

Hidden down an alley behind Covent Garden, Neal’s Yard is a unique and colorful shopping area lined with ‘slow food’ and ‘raw-centric’ cafes.

Ye Olde Cock Tavern, Fleet Street, London, first opened it's doors in 1547

Ye Olde Cock Tavern on Fleet Street, London, originally opened its doors on the north side of the street in It has resided in building since and was the preferred watering hole of such famous citizens as Samuel Pepys, Charles Dickens, and Dr.

A row of older Victorian houses in East London.

Reminds me of Mary Poppins and the chimney sweeps! A row of older Victorian houses in East London, England.

18 Incredible Places You Won't Believe Are Actually In London

18 Incredible Places You Won't Believe Are Actually In London

10 London Vintage Stores That NEED To Be On Your Radar #Refinery29  Blitz - 55-59 Hanbury Street Shoreditch, E1 5JP

London Vintage Stores - UK Shopping Guide

10 London Vintage Stores That NEED To Be On Your Radar Blitz - Hanbury Street Shoreditch, ayayaya London thrifts?

John Sandoe Books.  A wonderful independent bookstore in London.

John Sandoe’s has a large reputation for such a rickety shop, which is crammed with roughly titles sold by well-informed people who care.

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