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These don't have to co-incide.
i like Wanstead. though Richmond and Blackheath are both endearingly fancy
how big is 30 sq metres? ima pick a 30 sq metres of epping forest
boroughs are too varied to give a single answer
W1, one day i will live there
my roof terrace, even if it has been taken over by spiders
30m sq: north side of waterloo bridge/oak hill park
i'd be better at places i hate tho.
30m sq: number 2 bus stop, brixton high streeet.
lucky i live there huh?
must have taken this at 7.30 in the morning on a sunday tho. imaghine usually there are about 150 more people at that stop and about 1000 people between there and the station.
THIS THIS THIS THIS
Crouch End, Muswell Hill, Hornsey, The Green Lanes, Highgate - All seriously nice and interesting places. And Wood Green makes me laugh.
i like it there
and there's a nice dosa place near turnpike lane station. other than that, crouch end, muswell hill, highgate? booo
i learnt that some people know their way round the city they live in
Barnet boyz represent
Favourite Half: North
Favourite Borough: Barnet (reprazent)
Fav 30 square meteres: Hadley Common (though I suspect it is bigger than 30 sq.m)
2. Kensington and Chelsea
3. That tree lined bit as you walk between Notting Hill and Holland Park
4. Dunno about the 30sqm. I guess currently, the 30sqm centred around my bed includes my bedroom, an unkempt but amazing roof terrace two floors above, and beloved Food Hall below and to the right. Pretty good 30sqm for me anyway.
it is nice
The Green end of Clerkenwell Close (two good pubs, one great cafe and a churchyard)
That's the wrong bit of the Close as well. I despair.
Bar area, the Coffee House
let's get 'im!
And you know, Dulwich is a very nice place...
Redcross Way/Southwark St
I can sit there eating my lunch as I'M AN OFFICE WORKER!
Kensington & Chelsea
The South West corner of Carshalton Park
the station there is carshalton beaches
"i will name this station after the couple of trees by the entrance"
see also: those famous stations Manchester Sycamore, Bristol Birch, and Wolverhampton Weeping Willow
Named after a street named after some trees, no less.
You lose. Now begone, preferably to Sevenoaks. You spoon.
and aren't best suited to mediterranean and other warmer climes at all, no siree
it's still stupid. now if you'll excuse me, i've got book a conference for the hotel next to Wolverhampton Weeping Willow station
Anything to take them away from the fact they're in Liverpool.
They're not the same as the tree which produces the citrus fruit.
I live near Streatham Hill station. There is no hill. Perhaps a very slight incline at best.
I might re-name it: Streatham Very Slight Incline At Best Station.
Kensington and Chelsea
Camden (not the high street.More Kentish Town/Chalk Farm)
it so hugley uncool to like camden on here
It's got all this stuff in it - that's a pretty good borough, as boroughs go
# Bloomsbury Theatre
# BT Tower
# Camden Market
# Parts of Covent Garden
# Primrose Hill
# Dominion Theatre
# The Good Mixer
# Hampstead Cemetery
# Hampstead Heath
# Hatton Garden
# Highgate Cemetery
# The eastern part of Regent's Park
# The Roundhouse
# Russell Square
# Shaftesbury Theatre
# London Zoo
# London Astoria - not any more...
# Electric Ballroom
espcially the winner stays on rule for the pool table. not the worst way to spend an afternoon.
get the hell out by 8pm though!
Winner of daily cage match becomes Mayor for the rest of the day
Get the hell out by 8pm
it's one of the smallest london boroughs. i think only islington is smaller.
I meant how much STUFF it had in it
it stretchs from cricklewood and hampstead heath in the north to south of high holborn. most london boroughs are much bigger than the small area they're named after.
the Astoria, was in Westminster, as is that entire side of Charing Cross Road (the Centre Point side is Camden, however). similarly, while London Zoo's carpet is in Camden, the zoo itself is in Westminster.
the following postcodes are part, or in full, in the London Borough of Camden: N1, N6, N7, N19, NW1, NW2, NW3, NW5, NW6, NW8 W1, W9, WC1, WC2, EC1
three of the UK's largest train stations and the UK's largest international train station are located in london: King's Cross, St Pancras and Euston.
the population density of the Borough, as of the 2007 estimate, is 10,640 people per sq km.
Competition for this one is fierce, I'll give you that.
she said you suck.
(this is actually true)
if you don't live there. the highstreet and walk up to the lock is a hell hole of tourists, goths and heat readers wanting to drink in the same pub that winehouse does.
venturing further up chalk farm road past the barfly, there are some great bars like the enterprise and monkey chews. then you have primrose hill which is like south ken for non-sloanes.
the cost of living in kentish town is pretty good, with markets and ethnic food shops.
and i love going for a run to the top of hamstead heath in the evening, and having a fantastic panaromic view over london - followed by a cheeky pint in a highgate village pub.
i do sometimes get the feeling i've arrived 15 years too late though - and i will probably onlyt ever be able to afford to rent round these here parts.
i work in camden town and having to come here every day is really unpleasant, but i live over by camden square and it's a lovely little area, worlds apart from the high street.
The walk along the Thames between Putney and Teddington Lock
The Dove and it's neighbouring green @ Hammersmith
3. the view from the hill in greenwich park, to the left of the observatory when facing the river.
luckily i work 10 minutes walk from here : )
The dance floor at the Phoenix - where I bring The Boss to the masses
Borough - Dunno, all boroughs bad bits. Southwark has a lot of good things in it though.
Area - St James's Park. Fucking love that park so much.
30 sq metres - Too difficult. Maybe the Trafalgar Tavern by the river in Greenwich.
That sandwich shop on the corner of Neal Street
The Southbank when it's not that busy if that counts