Mad Scientess Jane Expat (nanila) wrote,
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Flanage in London

 

I am excited that I have managed to use a different route to travel between all of my destinations every day whilst visiting London.


Day 1:

Euston to Imperial College: Victoria Line to Victoria, change at Victoria to District line, exit South Kensington and walk up past the museums 


Imperial College to Mortlake: Bus to Hammersmith, walk to Castlenau, 209 bus to destination


Day 2:

Mortlake to Imperial College: Southwest train to Vauxhall, 360 bus on diversion to South Kensington

Imperial College to Putney: District line to East Putney (Wimbledon line), dinner at Bill's and a film at the Odeon, Shang-Chi which I give eleventy million stars


Putney to Mortlake: 378 bus to Mortlake bus station 


Day 3

Mortlake to Imperial College: 209 bus to Castlenau, walk to Hammersmith, Piccadilly line to Gloucester Road


Imperial College to Mortlake: District line to Richmond, Southwest train to Mortlake.


I go home today. There isn't much variation I can introduce to the train line from London to Birmingham and I'm carrying a large instrument flight case so I'll be taking the route that involves minimal walking and is thus redundant with some of the above.




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Tags: adventures on public transport, flanage, london, travel
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