short term accommodation
david at cantrell.org.uk
Wed May 20 14:21:42 BST 2009
On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 01:16:32PM +0100, James Laver wrote:
> >and Shepherd's Bush (for London Overground and National Rail
> >services) is not too inconvenient a stroll away.
> A Milton Keynes-living former BBCer disagrees, says it's quite a trek
> from the overground. I'd be inclined to say it's 15 minutes which is a
> fair walk to add onto any commute that would end there.
When I return to Auntie's breast next month I'll be taking the stupidly
named "London Overground" to Shepherds Bush then changing onto the
Central Line for one stop to White City. It's a quick n easy change.
Even though you have to leave one station and go into another, it's
still quicker than changing between lines at, eg, Green Park or Clapham
Although I do fancy strolling to work through Chavfield, declaiming some
of Cicero's speeches as I go.
> Unless you did the trick where you walk out of the
> overground, into the central line and emerge one stop later at White
It counts as a trick?
Woo! Where do I sign up to get my wizzarding robe?
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