After a heavy-night , and a good breakfast, these lovely Nottinghill buildings absolutely done it for me, you got Pink ones, Yellow ones, Blue ones, mini ones ,Big ones the variety goes on and on, app...
We love it here. Get the tube to Nottinghill Gate and you are right there! We just spend the day walking through this rainbow coloured village with its tiny boutiques, coffee shops and bars. As you wa...
Some people say Notting Hill people to no more than three categories. One is the plot has a serious retro, antique hobby, came to Taobao people. One is for love fantasy, have a severe literary scheme, came to visit, Nordin mountain footprint. Wen Qing; there is a course around the world come to enjoy the food goods. Notting Hill the past two years is also due to a British cartoon Paddington Bear fame. This famous Portobello Road antique shop is the movie filmed is just the first day came to London. They accidentally catch the thief Paddington bear becomes the hero of the local people - as Paddington bear loyal powder, how can it not here to punch pictures.
Notting Hill located on the west side of London is a very unique corner of the city. A lot of people likely heard and knew of it because of the movie “Notting Hill”. The most famous spot is definitely the travel bookstore where Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant met. Perhaps as Hugh Grant said in the movie, only interesting folks live in this part of town.
From the outside you’ll see an array of various colorful houses, with flowers in full bloom on the balconies. All sorts of very well-designed storefronts can be seen here. Overall, you’ll find surprises around every corner.
Try to come here during the weekend, as there is a place here called Portobello Market, one of Notting Hill’s most popular markets. There are over 2,000 antique sellers here, and with influencers opening shop here too. Coats sell in this market are great. Even though they are street-side stalls, the price isn’t actually cheap at all.
See the door handles in this photo here? What a collection.
My recommendation here is still a list of various neighborhoods which I really like.
For people who are fans of the Sherlock Holmes movie, check out Baker Street.
In comparison to Shoreditch and Red Brick Lane, Neil street District is a lot more refined with more fashionable trends and goods. These are all highly popular among young people.
In Notting Hill, the focus is definitely on the movie “Notting Hill”. The market is a huge attraction.
The movie of the same name, Notting Hill, opened the blue door of Portblet market
If Oxford Street belongs to London, the Notting Hill should belong to the world
no matter which ethnic group you come from, because of the diversity and flavor of the snacks here. Come here
Of course you will fall in love with this mysterious treasure-hunting souvenir shop
even hope that every weekend can take a walk
Notting Hill is like a flea market in other cities
Come to Notting Hill Amoy second-hand souvenirs absolutely worth the money
"Brunch" is a combination of "Breakfast" and "Lunch", meaning "Brunch".
originated in the late 19th century in the British upper class, when the British who had money and time were keen to hunt in the morning and eat late. It was later promoted and gradually became famous around the world.
People who live in the city will choose to enjoy a lazy Brunch on the weekend. Unlike dinner, Brunch pays more attention to the environment and communication. In a relaxed and bright atmosphere, with family or friends, don't worry, don't hurry. Sleeping can sleep to wake up naturally, creating a paradise for the whole morning. Brunch is a time concept and a pleasant slow lifestyle.
In the rainy day of Notting Hill, come to a Benedict egg, very comfortable.
The Notting Hill publicized by the Hugh Grant film wasn't always nice. Notting Hill during the early 20th century and particularly during the post-war period had the characteristics of a slum, Buildings that were overpopulated, poverty and race riots affected the neighborhood. These issues would plague Notting Hill until redevelopment commenced in the 1960s. The gentrification attracted the wealthy, and upscale shops and restaurants began to fill the area. The renowned Portobello Road features a prominent market, and a nightlife that is stylish can be found amid its numerous boutiques.