Apart from food shops of various kinds, very few shops had readymade goods. For example, there were no off-the-peg clothes or footwear. Most things had to be made to order, which meant that most goods were relatively expensive. This was standard throughout Europe till perhaps the 1820s ...
pretty but small.
bear ate dogs
it was a little crazy
Expensive in tourist areas.
The London Bridge of that period had houses and shops on it.
There are none. London has shopping centres!
Well, he moved to london in 1600s
Westfield Shopping Centre, West London Westfield Shopping Centre, West London
Shakespeare was born in the 1600s
There are many omajor shopping districts in London. Some of the major shopping districts in London include Oxford Street, Regent Street, and Carnaby Street.
In shopping places. Like: Ipswich, Lakeside, Norwich, London etc. They are in most towns.
fish fish Blacksmith, shoemaker, carpenter, etc.
Bluewater, which is just outsde London.
London was a smelly place in the 1600's and rampant with crime. People used the river to bath and do laundry and women were treated as inferior creatures to men who made the money.
Maryland has the most slavery torture than any other eastern coast states in 1600s.
That will depend on lots of things, like where you are travelling from, where you are staying, how many nights you are staying, what time of the year you are going to be there, what you eat, how you travel around London when you get there and how much shopping you do. So it is impossible to give an answer to this question.
The Bubonic Plague in 1665 and the Great Fire in 1666.
Its not really in London, its more in the countryside. Its in Kent
Westgate Centre, Hackney, London, E8