Friday, 4 May 2012

Back to London

We've had a great time here these last few months, but we have to go back to London for a few weeks to get some things sorted in order to be here permanently. It's not exactly a snap to move to another country! Paperwork, paperwork, ugh. These things take time. We hope to be back in Paris in June. In the meantime, see you soon from London. We'll be staying in Camden Town, which is an area I'm not too familiar with since we didn't spend much time in that area when we lived there, so if you have any suggestions of fun things to do there, let me know! 

5 comments:

Jo said...

Eat at Marine Ices in Chalk Farm if you haven't already, might take the edge off the paperwork.

TN said...

Ah...we were wondering where you were Wednesday at music class :-) have a good break...its just more rain here any way!

Cristina said...

I spent the summer in Camden Town two years ago. The Worlds End is a great place to eat/get a pint, and of course there is the Camden Market near the lock. It's a great shopping area. Also, you're not far from Regent's park, where there are constant festivals and concerts. Enjoy Camden Town, I miss it!

Michelle said...

I lived in Camden for two year. It can get a bit crowded on the weekend with everyone going to the market. Parkway is probably my favourite road: it has Yum Chaa which do great leaf teas; there is a great Italian restaurant which doesn't do the best food but all the staff are old Italian guys and do you want to pass up the chance to order your dessert from a dessert trolley? There are also nice pubs down that way. Also the Constitution (if you walk along the canal towards the city) has a great bear garden. That is if the sun ever comes out. Enjoy.

Madeleine said...

The zoo!! Also I love walking along the canal, from Camden I'd walk towards Little Venice, it can feel like a hidden secret there with amazing palace like houses in one part, house boats in another and you meet dogs and their walkers, have benches for rests, picnics etc. Regents Park Rd has nice cafes and touches Primrose Hill for views and a play park at the bottom.