London, England
destination
Posted over 4 years ago
Neal's Yard
posted in Local Spots
Neal’s Garden is the kind of place you enter and immediately end up thinking to yourself: “Wow, I could totally stay here a while!” Hidden away in plain sight, it’s a world away from the hustle and bustle of busy Shaftesbury Avenue & Covent Garden Market only accesible via 2 cobbled streets. Done miss it!
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