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38 stops
 —[One Railway]
Stansted Airport
  
  
 1—Liverpool Street Community
 1—Moorgate Community
 1—BarbicanCommunity
 1—Farringdon Community
 1—King's Cross St. Pancras Community
 1—Euston SquareCommunity
 1—Great Portland StreetCommunity
 1—Baker StreetCommunity
 2—Finchley RoadCommunity
 4—Wembley ParkCommunity
 4—Preston RoadCommunity
 4—Northwick ParkCommunity
 5—Harrow-on-the-Hill Community
 5—West HarrowCommunity
  
  
 5—Rayners LaneCommunity
 5—South HarrowCommunity
 4—Sudbury HillCommunity
 4—Sudbury Town Community
 4—AlpertonCommunity
 3—Park RoyalCommunity
 3—North EalingCommunity
 3—Ealing CommonCommunity
 3—Acton TownCommunity
 23—Turnham GreenCommunity
 2—Hammersmith Community
 2—Barons CourtCommunity
 12—Earl's CourtCommunity
 1—Gloucester RoadCommunity
 1—South KensingtonCommunity
 1—KnightsbridgeCommunity
 1—Hyde Park CornerCommunity
 1—Green ParkCommunity
 1—Picadilly CircusCommunity
 1—Leicester SquareCommunity
 1—Covent GardenCommunity
 1—HolbornCommunity
 1—Russell SquareCommunity
Russell Square
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The Freud Museum at Finchley Road Community

Freud The father of mordern psychoanalysis came to London in 1938. What did he dream of when he was in England ? Who knows, but the museum has a comprehensive catalogue of Freud's life and work.

by David at 02 Jul 2006 16:14:13

Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club at Leicester Square Community

Ronniescott The atmosphere, the neon lights, and the fantastic mellow Jazz oozing out smoothly from this legendary Jazz Club. You can't smoke any more, but the music is still as great as ever. Check out the the performances and podcasts etc. at www.ronniescotts.co.uk
by David at 01 Jul 2006 23:25:29

Smiths of Smithfield at Farringdon Community

Smithsofsmithfield

Located round the corner from Smithfields meat market, this place looks more like an old converted Russian factory. However, something about it just makes you want to come back for more. If you get there at certain times of the day, you can even grab the sofas on the right. OK, that might not be much for the uninitiated, but for those of us who are frequent visitors, it is a BIG deal ! Wink Oh, don't forget to sample the Pork Scratchings.

You can get some more information about Smiths here


by David at 01 Jul 2006 22:39:14

London Central Mosque at Baker Street Community

Lcmosque Designed by Sir Frederick Gibberd. This distinctive building with the golden dome is the centre for Islamic culture and worship in London. Make sure you remove your footwear before entering. Official website www.iccuk.org

by David at 02 Jul 2006 13:08:31

Wong Kei Restaurant at Picadilly Circus Community

Wongkei For the unique experience in Chinese food, do not miss a visit to Wong Kei restaurant. People who have been there are divided into two distinct camps, those who loved it, and those who do not. Such a polarity deserves an explanation. There is no doubt the food is first class (try the Singapore Fried Noodles, something you can not even get in Singapore Foot in mouth). The problem most people have is the service, which has a brand of its own. Do not expect to have your own table in the corner, where you want to sit next to the Fountain with the running water. You are either told to go "upstair", or "downstair". So much so that the staff there all wear T-shirts with these words across the back (these T-shitrs can be purchased, incidentally). The exceptionally low price is the other factor, which obviously strikes a chord with the conscious budget travellers.

by David at 02 Jul 2006 09:52:30
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