You know the score. You're a dude. You're a rebel. In London. Aren't you? Whaddya mean you think so. Get rebelling man! Get into the underground!
Posts about "London"
As you might know if you're in London, three London bus routes are about to be converted from bendy buses to a mixture of single deckers and double deckers. And I was very interested to come across two PDFs published by Transport for London regarding the conversions.
I'm going to let you into a little secret. You might think from my last post that I'm actually really pro-Bendy buses. Actually I don't care one bit about bendy buses. I see them as I see as I see most buses - a tool to get me from A to B. And with any tool, I just want the best one for the job.
I can still remember the reaction when I took my mother on a Routemaster bus for the first time. It was of surprise, slightly of bemusement and much of wonder. "This is like buses used to be when I was a child" was along the lines of what she said as we sat on the top deck in 2001.
There's not many times when I don't feel a pang, a wish to live outside London. But there's a regular one, round about this time of year.
I try to avoid anything too political on this blog. And sometimes fail. However the recent news that the West London Extension to the Congestion Charge will (subject to legal hurdles) end, is interesting.
What does your council's logo say about your area? After pondering this question whilst walking down the street, I decided to find out. In part 4, I look at the area I currently live in - the London Borough of Merton.
What does your council's logo say about your area? After pondering this question whilst walking down the street, I decided to find out. In part 3 it's time to head to the capital and Ealing.
Back in 2005 I tried cutting out central London from my commute. And failed. Three years on, and it was time to try again.
Yep, it's holiday time again...