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So I was looking through my London posts and realised that I that not seen or done much in North London. One of my friends live in Kentish Town, so we decided to explore a bit. I was met at Camden Town station, which was a bit manic, but then it was a Saturday !
Before we left the market which was very busy and made our way to Primrose Hill.
The Roundhouse is a Grade 2 listed former railway engine shed in Chalk Farm, London, England. It has been converted into a performing arts and concert venue.
Before we came and walked to the top of Primrose Hill
And what a view !
It such a relaxing place to be. We sat for a while, just enjoying the view with a lot of other people doing the same. And what I found interesting was the amount of cranes you can see. All along the skyline, lots of work going on in London.
Before we made our way back to Camden for a bite to eat. We walked past these gorgeous painted houses – who wouldn’t want one of those.
And came across a mass of wild flowers that looked lovely including poppies and cornflowers.