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I think it's cardiff.
which is the best?
there are also lots of 'london roads', 'queen streets' and 'market streets'.
which are the best?
you didn't start it.
but srsly, its a contender
bit smelly though
That sort of thing?
There's not really much more to elaborate on.
the best london road is in anglesey. because it clearly doesn't lead to london.
i'm going to rename all the roads to numerical scheme. even though that's hideously confusing without a grid system. YEAH!
"if i ever get put in charge of somewhere"
then shudder slightly.
I don't think I've ever travelled down a City Road :(
Looks pretty cool.
IT'S GOT MILGI FFS. And loads of other nice things as well. And I'll practically be living on it come September :D
Ooooh a yurt! wow.
I don't care that much about the yurt (although it is nice) but Milgi is one of the best places in town, I mean have you even been to one of the jumble sales they do?
i'm just really not fussed on the place though. Wrong side of town for me anyway.
well, the market is on the first sunday of every month, just in case you should want to go sometime ;)
but i tend to go to Riverside market on a sunday, and then i can't be bothere going to Roath/Cathays.
By the Side of The River.
Opposite the stadium, on the embankment,.
i realise it was a bit of a stupid question.
it's more of a food market than a jumble sale though. they have one in roath on saturdays as well.
WHAT IS MILGI
Is it something I'll have missed in my absence, or something that I've forgotten about?
I don't know how long it's been around, to be honest. It's like a real artsy place and I just love the atmosphere and the people who work there and their smoothies and cocktails and coffees and the chili hot chocolate and they host a market once a month which is amazing.
there was nowt there except estate agents and a furniture warehouse that I can remember. I hate it when things change and it doesn't directly benefit me.
I think we know which one wins here.
the one 154 miles away from your face.
the amount of times i saw it filled with police...
there's always an 'edge' to it.
On the plus side they have the 24 hour Spar that literally never shuts. Even on Christmas Day. They refurbished the whole shop once and still managed to keep the place open 24/7.
It also has that kebab shop that's actually nice!
not aladdins, I think it's called Troy. It's ace.
I can't remember which one Troy is. I used to go to one that did a chips-burger-drink combo for £2. £2! Can you imagine. And they'd give me extra jalapenos. -sigh-
it's going to be such a nice change from colum road.
or further south? Regardless, you should try the fish and chip shop there. The Albany Fish Bar I think. Notoriously rude service; completely magic chips.
kincraig street mean anything to you? it's by that church that's not a church anymore but a cafe and arts centre or something.
I used to live on kincraig street. There's a weird community centre thing in the middle of the square there; I once snuck in there after a Gair Rhydd awards party (so I was in a suit and all) and pretended I was in metal gear solid. All stealthing about and that, doing forward rolls.
I can't remember which number it was now. 12 maybe? It was a great spot for the Uni, and the house itself was awesome.
I'll be living right on the end of it :) The house isn't GREAT but it's perfectly ok, and at least it's better than being in halls....
that the quality of the house won't matter too much. Albany road and Crwys road right there, real easy to get into the city centre and Uni..
Ahh I miss it.
always wandering home delirious from lack of sleep at 7am just finished a shift-need-crumpets-and-milk-and-morning-paper-then-BED.
they don't sell alcohol before 8 in the morning.
A pub called The Roath Park where they have one of those Japanese hunting dogs that are illegal to keep. They just let it wander around the pub.
Lots of computer shops. If you're buying a computer then go shop to shop comparing estimates and you'll get yourself a great bargain.
that place is pretty vile.
is in Chester, and it's pretty crap. You're welcome.
just had a look on the internets and the Tut'n Shive has gone and changed it's name back! I used to love it in there. All nooks and crannies.
i don't look at roads...
its long and straight and there's not a shop on it (except for one corner)