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Supper Club is the one I hear people rave about but I've not idea if it's terminally naff or still really cool. My sister's heard of it now which may or may not be a good sign. Either way, have a look at the website I reckon.
Other than that... how about somewhere on a boat (there's a great one near the Centraal Station but the name escapes me, doh) or somewhere Indonesian, a speciality particular to the Netherlands due to our colonial history.
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Oooh mine was off ebay. I would email them and ask them what's going on first, say you needed it by X date and it hasn't arrived. I had paid by paypal and in the end I had to raise a dispute claim with them which I won
leif vollebeck - he is ace. don't go to klasvig and you wouldn't lie to me in paris are my favourite songs of his
don't quote me but I am ALMOST certain that Stanstead has a coach service direct into central London, and stops at the end of my road on Bayswater Road/Notting Hill Gate (right by Kensington Gardens).
It could be Luton though, so CHECK.
If it does I would do that, because its direct and no changing, and the bus stop is ridiculously convenient.
However if tubs are your option, Liverpool Street is fine. However, to Bayswater means you have to take the circle line to go direct... and without complicating things too much the circle line no longer goes in a circle (LOL) so you would have to change platforms at Edgware Road, which I do not recommend to ANYONE. PLatform confusion hell. You'll end up in Heathrow.
Liverpool Street to Queensway is direct on the CENTRAL line, takes the same amount of time, and Queensway is barely 2 minutes further walk to the hotel than Bayswater. It's all very close together.
I just had a look on youtube and there's not a lot on there. It doesn't help that they gave themselves such a generic name for both the band and the album (though maybe that was some kind of clever marketing ploy). It's one of those albums where I genuinely love every track and happily play it through from start to finish. If I had to pick just three tracks though, I'd go with the opening salvo of "The Theory Of Everything (Part 2)", "Sequential" and "Home (Tonight)".
There are some great mixes out there as well for "Kein Anschluss" and "Cloud Nine" (which was co-written by Martin Gore from Depeche Mode - 80s synth heaven!).
Did you pick up A Secret Wish in the end? I've had it on non-stop for the past few weeks. I also went back to the second Propaganda album which has got some epic tracks on it too, though sadly no Claudia by that point as she had gone solo. Her Love And A Million Other Things album is another complete essential by the way...
It is Propaganda indeed! If you haven't got A Secret Wish yet, I'd 100% recommend it - it's one of my favourite albums of all time. The deluxe edition is rather nice - lots of rare remixes which aren't a million miles away from the originals but complement the main album nicely. I think 2010 is its 25 year anniversary, hence the release. I can remember the Duel single coming out too...