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    Where to go for pre-work breakfast in London

    Where to go for pre-work breakfast in London

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    The Breakfast Club

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    McDonald's

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    Haven't been to London for a very long time. Used to go there and get a B&B near Liverpool St Station and eat whatever they served. I used to like Bangers with eggs over med. with baked beans and toast for breakfast when there.

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    Are you doing a big job there ?

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    no dear Snapperhead

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    Really got tired of the "typical" english breakfast when I was there.... Especially the cold dry toast in a rack. Did like the tomatoes tho...

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    First of all tell us where do you live and where is your job located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoraMoser View Post
    First of all tell us where do you live and where is your job located?
    Ohio & all over the Northeast parts of it .

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    Are you talking about this London?...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London,_Ohio

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    I was stationed in England. I had the same food problem that Englanders have with American food. I suspect a lot has changed.
    American food is too spicy. GB food is too bland. Some pubs have food and you might find a decent meat pie. I watch a lt of British detective shows and was encouraged to see there are supermarkets now. When I was about, a strange thing was the butcher shops were claimed to have "Natural refrigeration" meaning open air. The fragrance was apparent from quite a ways.
    To improve sales, there would be a pigs head in the window and birds hanging from their necks long enough for the feathers to begin to fall.
    Click your heals together and say "This ain't Kansas."
    Give me a relay with big enough contacts, and I'll run the world!

    You can be anything you want......As long as you don't suck at it.

    If a person wants to create a machine that will be more likely to fail...Make it complicated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacker View Post
    I was stationed in England. I had the same food problem that Englanders have with American food. I suspect a lot has changed.
    American food is too spicy. GB food is too bland. Some pubs have food and you might find a decent meat pie. I watch a lt of British detective shows and was encouraged to see there are supermarkets now. When I was about, a strange thing was the butcher shops were claimed to have "Natural refrigeration" meaning open air. The fragrance was apparent from quite a ways.
    To improve sales, there would be a pigs head in the window and birds hanging from their necks long enough for the feathers to begin to fall.
    Click your heals together and say "This ain't Kansas."
    If you think that's bad try a trip to Kathmandu. No sewer systems to go along with the no refrigeration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    If you think that's bad try a trip to Kathmandu. No sewer systems to go along with the no refrigeration.
    I was going through a time once where I thought Bob Seeger had a good idea. I priced a round trip first class ticket to Kathmandu. $10400.
    Give me a relay with big enough contacts, and I'll run the world!

    You can be anything you want......As long as you don't suck at it.

    If a person wants to create a machine that will be more likely to fail...Make it complicated.

    USAF 98 Bomb Wing 1960-66 SMW Lu49

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