Feeling Flats

I hate flat-hunting. But as I only have to go through the hellish process once or twice a year, I forget this. When the time comes to find a new place to live I get excited at the prospect of moving. I set out truly believing that I will be able to find a wonderful flat, located moments from a tube station and a big Sainsbury’s, with huge rooms, a lounge with patio doors leading a roof garden overlooking Hampstead Heath with a hot tub with gold plated taps and a butler. It then comes as a shocking blow to …

It’s Probably A Bad Thing…

… but everytime I see one of those “We Are LondONErs” banners above the road I want to shout out “LONDON, FUCK YEAH!” In other news, I went on the newly refurbished Waterloo & City line today. Big anti-climax. I need a hobby.

What You’ve Missed

… if you have been out of the capital for a while. 1) Euston Square underground station is finally part of the Wellcome building, is still under construction but the entrance has moved and its looking a bit snazzier. 2) There appears to be a free newspaper war every afternoon about 4pm with people trying to make you read either London Lite or The London Paper. Who wins? You decide! 3) The weather has been mostly hot. 4) Erm… that’s it. Quiet summer compared to last year, probably a good thing.