Friday, 10 February 2017

Exploring Hampstead

London; I grew up with London on my doorstep, and as I've grown older, the more I appreciate everything that London has to offer. I used to have my daily commute to university which helped me explore everything South London has to offer, but even since graduating I still can find new places to see or events to attend. Hampstead has been on my to visit place for a long time now. As you step off the tube, you step out onto a quaint row of shops. First in my eyeline was Zara Home and it took everything to not go in and spend money like there's no tomorrow re-furnishing my house. There are coffee shops, pubs and even a dessert parlour (yes please!) to keep you refreshed before heading up the hill towards Hampstead Heath. Hampstead Heath is just as gorgeous as every other Londoner's Instagram photos will show you and no corner looks the same. The lakes are peaceful, and I could've sat on the benches people watching, dog watching and contemplating for hours. Surrounding Hampstead Heath you can find many Instagram worthy front doors, the odd studio, and heading towards Belsize Park, a busier high street which included quirky gift shops and charity shops which stocked Max Mara, Topshop and Jimmy Choo for bargain prices!

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