Things 2 Do in London: Neal’s Yard

By | January 30, 2013

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One of my favorite spots in London has to be Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden. Its a little secluded courtyard accessible by a narrow alley with only a barrel on top of the entrance to guide you in.

As you walk through the alley you can see bursts of color at the end, then you stop and take a long long at this wall art which I’ve posted about before (post). So creative, so beautiful.

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As you continue your way into the courtyard, you are momentarily shocked by the amount of color surrunding you. Its like stepping into a rainbow! Every where you look, there is a vibrant shade of juicy color and immediately it lifts your spirits up.

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In the couryard you will find a few shops “Neal’s Yar Remedies” and cafes with outdoorsy chairs “Salad Bar”, “La Piazzetta”, and a juice place. You could even walk in with a cup of coffee or a takeaway from pret and sit on the barrel centered benches and relax for a little while in the peace, quite, and color.

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There is also a cute little salon with a facade decoration of butterflies! Groovy!

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Just outside Neal’s Yard there is Neal’s Yards Dairy shop with big slabs of fresh cheeses. Sadly all my pictures of it are shaky but its also a great place to pick up a lip smacking slice of cheese if you are a cheese lover like I am. Oh and this little old fellow inside the pizzeria says hello and awaits to welcome the customers!

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Neal’s Yard is located in the Seven Dials area of Covent Garden. Its the perfect place to stop for a breather and some photos or to drink a cup of coffee in peace away from the noise and crowds.


2 Comments

Cookie Ri on January 30, 2013 at 11:45.

Such a colorful post :)

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danderma on January 30, 2013 at 11:56.

Like a rainbow :D

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