I prefer to be near hammer smith a my hubby is working there for a few weeks before christmas but we are ok with a 20 min commute. Thanks!
I would love to hear of your fav shopping places. I hope to frequent the markets, whole foods and some of the places u guys reccommend !
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on May 21, 2013
at 05:50 AM
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on January 03, 2013
at 08:55 AM
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on November 06, 2011
at 09:58 AM
You might want to look at ordering food directly from a farm (better option IMO) or some of these guys:
I tend to shop at farmer's markets, and there's some great food there, but it can be a bit hard to tell much about the quality of the meat there, in terms of animal welfare and whether it's grass-fed.
The area right around Hammersmith is kind of a dump. You might want to look at Chiswick, Fulham, Ealing, or if your budget is very high, Notting Hill, Chelsea, or Kensington. All of those have some dodgy areas too, though. The TFL's journey planner should help you out with estimating commute times.
on November 06, 2011
at 08:51 AM
I think it depends on what you're wanting. Hammersmith is a reasonably expensive area. You could live further out in Acton (for instance) which isn't as expensive.
Most of the cheaper areas in London have an ethnic community (I lived in Harlesden for a year or so) and they have great ethnic shops where you can find different foods you might find hard to source from whole foods etc.
And of course, London has a tube network which means that most places are accessible pretty easily.