|Crouch End, North London at sunset.|
I’m back from London, finally in the swing of Stavanger life again and ready to shout from the rooftops about the great time I had discovering a (new-to-me) neighborhood in London called Crouch End. Now, I’m sure everyone else has been on the ball and hip to this part of North London for ages BUT you know me…always late to the party (no really, I’m always late to the party…always…).
But but…I tell you, this was a cosy little village (and just a ride away from my hair supply depot! love it). It was full of three things-bakeries, baby strollers and cute boutiques. Not a “tourist” section of London what so ever, but definitely worth a stroll through if you end up staying with a Scottish ex-roommate/friend who has an affinity for chatting and strolling around eating pastries during Sunday afternoon.
For more information, head over to the Crouch End Project web site at http://thecrouchendproject.co.uk/ or by clicking here.
For more Crouch End love, check out:
- The Happiness Project London – http://thehappinessprojectlondon.wordpress.com/2010/09/26/the-haberdashery-coffee-shop-and-thoughts-on-crouch-end/
- Marmite is the Food Of Kings – http://fivereasonsyi.wordpress.com/2011/07/29/5-reasons-why-i-love-crouch-end/
- The Crouch End Project on Twitter: @CrouchEndProj