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What to do in..... London

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Windle, 1 Jun 2006.

  1. Windle

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    Well looks like i'm being shipped off to Timbucktoo, apparently people call it London :/ Will be there Monday - Thursday for the next few weeks. Going to be working in the Cricklewood area, and i presume my hotel will be around that area too. Any brilliant ideas for things to keep me amused during the evenings?

    Also, what's the rail link to Luton airport like as it's going to be fairly time crucial when i try and catch my return flight on a thursday night.
     
  2. Stelly

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    if you can't find something to do yourself in London you deserve to be shot ;)

    Stelly
     
  3. iCraig

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    Well, there isn't much to do in London, it's not like Piddlesworth or somewhere similar.
     
  4. Sic

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    spend too much on absolutely everything. that's the only thing i do when i'm in London.
     
  5. Windle

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    Yes, i'm sure i could find something to do by myself. However i don't know London, the last time i was there was on a school group age 14 and i don't know any of it :) Therefore some useful replies would be useful!
     
  6. Raymond Lin

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    you wanna go to museums? Shopping? or Kingscross? :eek: ;)
     
  7. Windle

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    Well to be honest i'll likely be working till 5/6pm then grabbing some dinner then it's either a choice of sit in the hotel bar, or find a pub. So i'm open to any ideas to keep me occupied in the evenings.
     
  8. Carzy

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    My standard "Go to Ronnie Scott's" reply won't work now because they are refurbishing the place.

    So I will say "Go to 606 Club" instead.
     
  9. Windle

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    and 606 Club is?
     
  10. jpmonkey69

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  11. Gilly

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    Go to Freefaller's local and get drunk with him :)

    Its a big walk up that hill but its worth it.

    Go to Rich_L's local bar and speak to the barman. Ask him about me, he'll remember me. Tell him I'm from 'Wakey' (careful to use that exact word)
     
  12. Windle

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    Actually good idea Jilly.

    Any ocuk members in London fancy a mini-mini meet? Would be nice to meet some of the southern members. I'll be there Mon/Tues/Wed nights this week, and as said probably somewhere near Cricklewood.
     
  13. Stellios

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    Book a nice hotel, and go to sleep for 5 days :p

    London and Paris are the only 2 places i never want to return to.
     
  14. daz

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    Good because London and Paris don't want you to return! :p ;)
     
  15. Gilly

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    London would be too ignorant to notice anyway...
     
  16. Stellios

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    :D

    No offence any londonners, its just not for me. Dont even know why i replied, i had absolutely nothing of use to say :o
     
  17. Yas786

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    ignorant or arrogant??...i suspect the latter tbh...
     
  18. Gilly

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    Little bit from column a) little bit from column b)

    The two in this context are interchangeable anyway.
     
  19. Windle

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    In fact that's what i should do, go give Spawn a beating in person :p
     
  20. Gilly

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    Might have to come with you for that :D