Maybe they were all double blind and couldn't find the way there.
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I'm up for coming back down again at some point. Haven't been on here much as new job has me working loooong hours.
2 p.m seems a bit late though. What about 11 at the pub then a slow stagger over to Haymarket for 2?
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I am in, but I need a lift I am currently not allowed to drive. Buckinghamshire area, and will chip in for petrol - cheers!
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How about using the train gel? Go to either London Midland or Virgin's websites, and you can get some very cheap return tickets if you book in advance, and they even discount travelcards for your journeys once in London.
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I looked at that option once before on here, and decided it was too far to get there and too much hassle. It is quite far from Euston.
But then you use something called the Underground to get to London Waterloo and then another train takes you straight to Teddington. Your ticket would cover the whole journey, so you don't have to get separate tickets for this.
It's all very simple I assure you
Some of the trains from MK go to Clapham Junction, Teddington is easy from there.
Cheers guys. I will have another look into it. Cheers.
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