Showing posts with the label Camden

Porky's BBQ

If you like cheap and good bbq, then Porky's BBQ in Camden is the answer.   Link: Address:  18 Chalk Farm Road, London Nearest Tube: Camden town station (or Chalk Farm).   It is just right beside the Camden Stables Market. Porky's Ultimate Combo Costing 29 Euros and prolly good fro 2-3 people has full portions of ribs, pulled pork, and half bbq chicken.

Spring @ Regent's Park and Primrose Hill

The Sun is out and spring is here... flowers are starting to bloom.. and one of the quaint and nice places to visit in London are the Regent's Park and Primrose Hill.  With Cherry Blossoms tree everywhere and some of the nicest flowers.. this is definitely a good place to walk around on a sunny spring day. The Avenue Gardens along the Boardwalk The Boating Lake area of Regent's Park with the Gazebo Queen Mary's Garden And when Spring starts.... there are more activities like the London Easter 10K Run The Camden Canal on the way to Regent's Park (near the London Zoo) St. Mark's Square just right near the Canal Primrose Hill with a view of London's Skyline my favorite coffee shop called the Little One .... They have my favorite Brazilian Cheese Balls and great Crepes! Along Regent's Park Road (end of the Road is the Primrose Hill)

Camden and Chalk Farm Street Art

One of Camden's attractions is that I'd famous for its Street arts. It changes quite fast as new murals are painted and then re-painted... It evolves giving Camden visitors something new and unexpecting everytime they visit the area. Circus and the Train? just beside the Chalk Farm Tube Station At the Hartland Road (beside the Yumcha Silk and Spices) along Chalk Farm Road Amy Winehouse Mummified? At the Camden Stables Market Murals along the Small Alley at Delancey Street (beside Blues Kitchen) at the Camden High Street

Camden Roundhouse and Blue Concert

Camden Roundhouse is quite known for various music concerts it holds.  But other than that, it has some history as it was a train turn table (roundhouse) and was actually used back in the 1850s but only used only for a decade and now, it is know for music concerts (and as part of the many Camden's famous venues). Tube: Closest station is Chalk Farm (Northern line). Otherwise it is a 10-minute walk from Camden Town Station. March 31, 2015 As part of launching their new album, Blue had a "Live Nation" concert in various places in the UK. And on Sunday, 31st of March, they had their concert in one of the iconic music concerts in Camden, the Roundhouse.