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Mind the Gap!

My first trip outside of Switzerland to London was a success, and I’m pretty happy about that because getting there was definitely not easy. A train from Lausanne to the Geneva Airport, a 1 hr flight to London Gatwick, the Gatwick Express train to London Victoria, having no idea how to get to our hostel, then the tube to Bayswater, and with much confusion and walking later we finally found our hostel! 911 more words


I was on the Central line on Saturday night and, staring vacantly at one of the doors, noticed a smudge. This was momentarily more interesting than empty space. 34 more words


21st September 1940. 'Down the Tube'.

One of the enduring symbols of the London Underground is the Red Bull’s Eye Disk introduced by the legendary Frank Pick in the early 20th century. 397 more words


6: Getting the London Look

Sometimes you just have an experience where regardless that you’ll do it again, or even if there was nothing spectacular that happened, it’s something that will stick with you. 1,001 more words

The things I love and hate about London

So here it is. My first blog post. Crack open the champers!

I’m going to try and keep this updated but in all seriousness I’ve said that with the other blogs I have. 1,104 more words


Barbie Doesn't Do Terrorist Attractions

Tonight, after dinner, Barbie and I went for a walk through the neighbourhood.  As we were walking Barbie started talking about some recent business trips she might going off on.   181 more words


this is a bakerloo line service to elephant and castle

this week I was lucky enough to into the cab of the old Bakerloo line stock (1972) taking a tunnel tour of the deep level Bakerloo line. 202 more words

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