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Grimsby, England, United Kingdom
October 2, 2012
From journal London Pt. 1
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May 19, 2011
May 20, 2008
From journal A Few Days in London
September 19, 2006
From journal A Trip to London
February 5, 2006
From journal Springtime in London 2005
May 4, 2006
From journal London Days
May 9, 2005
Harrod's has everything you could possibily need or want. You can buy a puppy, for goodness sake! I bought my dog a supper dish in the traditional Harrod's green and gold. You can buy things in U.S. dollars, which is good to know to keep up with your expenses. You can buy food, clothes, shoes, belts, bags, purses, puppies, Tiffany jewelry, bling-bling, tea pots, ANYTHING! The best part: Krispy Kreme donuts!
Take Piccadilly Line to Knightsbridge. Signs will be posted to guide to the correct exit.
Check out the pet store! The puppies are so cute and you get your own Fido a piece of the Harrod's tradition. And bring your platnium Visa!
Caveat: Never go shopping mid-day! Never, ever in London...NEVER! Everyone and their mom shops at this point in time. It is best to go early as soon as the shops open or during dinner time like right after rush hour traffic...around 6 or 7.
From journal London Calling
March 24, 2004
I was most impressed by their offer to hold my packages until I was finished shopping and then I could pick them up at the door on the ground floor. Why are there not more department store in the States doing this? Harrod’s know what it takes to keep the clientele base happy.
Oh, and the tack shop on the seventh floor is fun, especially because I purchased a pair of riding chaps and gloves. I'm dying to go back. Also, do go see the Princess Diana memorial in the basement – it’s interesting and creepy at the same time.
From journal Honeymoon to Merry Ol' London
December 24, 2003
From journal Mind Yourself in London
June 9, 2010
From journal Early Summer in Southern England