james dickson

james dickson

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United Kingdom London, United Kingdom


March 2009

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    anyone know any good coffee shops or pubs with free WiFi in the City of London or near the Barbican?

    If you can stomach the food try McDonalds for free WiFi over 10 years ago

  • +1 rating

    Where can i find a good coffee in London?

    I am presuming that you have never been to London. So you might be surprised to know that london is really like a a series of inter linked villages. I am also assuming that you you will be travelling on a budget, in which case my advice will be to behave like real londoners do in their eating habits. Depending on what your tastes in food and beverages are, You will do best to seek out where the locals hangout. IE Greeks and Turks= Tottenham, Korean + Japanese to Kingston/Wimbledon, French=Maylebone, Arab+North African=Edgware Road, Vietnamese=Kingland Road, Indian=Southall, Other South Asians=Brick Lane , Jewish=Golders Green African = Peckham, Portuguese/Brazilian= Lambeth.Aussie + NZ crowd= Clapham,Balham etc etc Just decide what makes you confortable and see London this way. You'll love it.Londoners tend to avaoid the center because its for tourists ans very expensive ((£3.50 for a 50p glass of coke with lots of Ice). Made to measure Coffee? =BP garages. Try it. over 10 years ago

  • 0 rating

    Which parks would you recommend for a summer picnic in London?

    The best Park for a picnic is Greenwich Park,in South London. Apart fromit's historic location (on the greenwich meridian)it has beatutiful views of London and the river Thames Plus a lively market and The Cutty Sark. over 10 years ago