Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by moody, Jul 31, 2019.
good for you. you don't want to find yourself at the dolphin at 6am anyway.
sans money and sans memory
Oh no I'm not recommending it
last time I met some Urbz, I spent 3 days wandering around the mists of north london.
it's gonna be east this time. see it as a leap into the unknown.
In the right direction
I would've come L but no longer work in the East. Good luck with the interview!
google telling me to change at cheshunt
i think you could do, because hackney downs you can cut through to hackney central and thus to mare street.
no need to change for us, your interview attire will be good enough for the dolphin
will ask at my local station to to be sure and check all lines are working, no works or replacement buses
seconded. that short cut is more fun than it sounds. def worth doing for the full Hackney experience.
it does look fine from a quick check - and there are two ways of doing it, on the british rail and the london overground so a belt-and-braces solution. wouldn't have occurred to me, but seems a useful way to try.
It’s an absolute ‘mare trying to get to that street.
Especially when it changes its name half way.
and when there is neither a heath nor Cambridge in sight.
i wouldn't start from here if i was you
Much better starting off from Mare Street imo
Is the Dolphin even *open* at 6pm..?
Shocking isn't it!
It's where I used to go for a drink after I'd locked up the pub I worked in
I'll be at the dolphin from about half 5.
wearing a red jacket and brogues.
Good luck with the interview!
(Oh, and don't mention The Dolphin lest you give them the right/wrong idea...)
'any more questions? no? thank you, i shall be off to the dolphin then.'
let people know how it went by having different drinks in front of you when they arrive - perhaps a pint if it went well and a shot glass and whisky bottle if it went badly
you got that around the wrong way.
if it was you i think you'd have pints and chasers lined up along the bar regardless of whether you were celebrating or drowning your sorrows.
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