Discussion in 'Archive: London UK' started by Jedi_Jimbo, Oct 12, 2005.
Wow this place is dusty.
*cleans up the bar and a seat*
Yeah, its a bit slow these days
But the drink is good, who wants one?
It is ALWAYS quiet in this pub.
I think the problem is a lack of entertainment.
Anyone fancy a Cuppa??
With some nice biscuits of cause.
Jule, are you now stuck in the office?? Bet your gasping for a nice cup of tea!
No tea for me thanks
Dont like the stuff
Ae you SURE you have British in you?
Jap, I could use a cup of tea. Thanks
The guy I should work together with left on my first day (yesterday). I'm a temp and I'm doing all his work on my own, even checking his emails... they don't pay me enough...
But complaining is sooo German so I'll start to be happy now that I have a job at all
I've just had my tea break, but there's a cup of tea on its way to you Jule.....although I think you're on your way home now
Sounds like you deserve a pay rise already, has your fellow worker left for good or is he just on holiday?
Richie, what do you drink for breakfast?? I just can't imagine a world without starting the day with a cup of tea (or coffee for the coffee drinkers). Cup of tea, bowl of cereal and a Su doku puzzle, the perfect start to the day
I drink Apple Juice
Just on holiday. This is the second time that he is on holiday the first two weeks I work here. I guess I scare him
Normaly I do nor even drink something before I leave the house. But when we have guests or at the weekends I totally enjoy fixing and having breakfast...
*Sets up a Karaoke machine*
I will use it ... I am serious.
Press play and we can watch the Dance. lol
I like Tea, I'll have some please.
This is not an episode of Malcolm in the middle you know?
I don't believe I have ever watched that show.
Anyways I like monkeys that can dance.
It is a funny show.
Anyway, I do not dance like a monkey, more like a penguin.
Penguins are actually one of my favorite animals.
Hey, I have a question that dosen't connect with this conversation at all. lol
How much is it to fly from say London to Paris or any other places in Europe?
It depends on where and when you are going and what airline you use. You can get a return ticket to Germany for about Â£70 to Â£80 (probably cheaper these days) if you shop around.
I wouldn't suggest flying from London to paris
take the Eurostar train, its cheaper.
ok, Thanks, good to know.
I was just looking for flights to Europe for the summer and so far To London was
Although once you get here you might find London is probably the most expensive city in Europe
Lol, why must everything cost money? I like Free things.
Anyways I did buy the ticket so I will be comming to London
We'll look out for you
The pub is being used?
I better tidy up and get some hoovering done.
*Vacuums around patrons*
Excellent news Pete
I'll be in-touch soon to get some details from you.
London is an expensive city, although I found out last year that Stockholm is even more expensive. It cost over Â£2.50 for a small cup of tea over there But when you need a good cup of tea, you'll pay anything
Berlin, however, should be much cheaper as generally Germany is, plus the euro is weaker then the pound.
Flights to Europe from London can be very cheap depending on the airline and airport you go to, plus how early you book the flights. But I'll glady offer any help and advice if you need it
And you can visit Arsenal's new and old stadium when you're in London