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    (Original post by BrutalTragedy_x)
    avoid the whole east end :]
    Ignorant, perhaps?
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    (Original post by cfc1992)
    No, Dalston > Highbury five minutes. Highbury > Oxford Street 10 minutes.

    15 minutes. Easy, as long as you work out your train times.
    Working out train times is effort though. Trains are far less frequent on the London Overground and at the moment there are absolutely none on a Sunday. In Kentish Town which is a comparable distance away from town you can hop straight on the tube.

    A tube line coming through Hackney has been a bloody long time coming.
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    (Original post by rockrunride)
    Working out train times is effort though. Trains are far less frequent on the London Overground and at the moment there are absolutely none on a Sunday. In Kentish Town which is a comparable distance away from town you can hop straight on the tube.

    A tube line coming through Hackney has been a bloody long time coming.
    Well, if you do it reguarly it doesn't matter as you'll always remember the times of the trains. They're once every 15 minutes or so, which isn't bad.
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    (Original post by cfc1992)
    Well, if you do it reguarly it doesn't matter as you'll always remember the times of the trains. They're once every 15 minutes or so, which isn't bad.
    But I wanna go into town on a Sunday! :rant:
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    (Original post by rockrunride)
    But I wanna go into town on a Sunday! :rant:
    Tough luck. You can get on a 30, go to sleep for a few hours, wake up and you're there. :yes:
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    Islington, Barnsbury is where I live, tis nice
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    I live in west central London, West Kensington to be precise. But there are other good areas in London, some of my favourities include Canary Wharf, Mayfair and Holland Park.
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    (Original post by cfc1992)
    Tough luck. You can get on a 30, go to sleep for a few hours, wake up and you're there. :yes:
    Heh, the 30, my good old Islington shuttle. Where I am I can get on the 29 and not have to sleep
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    I live in northwest London, luckily not one of the rougher areas...but these are my favourite parts:

    Kensington is really nice - I particularly like Notting Hill up to Westbourne Grove. Some parts of Hampstead and Highgate are lovely too, especially those near the Heath..<3
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    Anywhere but Finchley, I could do without noisy student-types keeping me awake on their way back from the pub on a thursday night...
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    Muswell Hill
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    I've got family who live in Tufnell Park, and it's always struck me as quite a nice area. Noel Fielding lives around the corner from them. :cute:
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    I like Docklands, kinda bleak but up andd coming and interesting.
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    Bloomsbury is bloody nice but pricey.
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    Rotherhithe, near Bermondsey though. Bloody pikeys.
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    Anywhere in zone 1!
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    Dulwich is beautiful and quiet

    Shoreditch is great for students and young people
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    Buckingham Palace
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    chingford is nice
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    (Original post by gooner1991)
    Muswell Hill
    YES. I live here But tbh I prefer Crouch End, or Finchley because of all its tube stations. I would personally hate to live somewhere like South Kensington, I want to be able to walk down the road to a shop, pay normal prices and not be pestered by tourists all the time. Not Mayfair, not Ponders End but some place in the middle and I'm happy.
 
 
 
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