[uk-lispers] Wandering Author

Marcin Tustin mm3 at zepler.net
Wed Feb 6 17:35:17 PST 2008


Should be fine. Of course, I can't comment on how your journey between the
tube stop and the hotel will be.

This is a map of the tube network:
http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/images/general/standard-tube-map.gif

(In case you don't know it, the airport is in the lower left hand corner)

On Feb 6, 2008 11:28 PM, Peter Seibel <peter at gigamonkeys.com> wrote:

> Ingvar wrote:
> > Marcin Tustin writes:
> >> If flying into heathrow at that hour, another option is just to use an
> >> airport hotel, and proceed from there in the morning well-rested.
> >>
> >> Also, nationalrail.co.uk tells me that the last train out of Kings
> Cross is
> >> the 0007, arriving 0139. May be feasible.
> >
> > With a 22:30 quoted landing time, it's probably going to be abput 23:30
> when
> > Peter can get onto the Heathrow Express. That delivers him at Paddington
> at
> > (optimistically) 23:45 (probably later) and that gives at most 22
> minutes to
> > get from Paddington to King's Cross. I would fully expect that to fail,
> via
> > cab, via tube or via anything short of a stand-by helicopter ride.
> >
> > I suspect that either an airport hotel (expensive), a hotel closer in
> towards
> > London or someone offering a spare bed or couhc is a more realistic
> plan.
>
> Hi guys--I've booked a room at the Mayflower Hotel in Earl's Court. As I
> understand it I'll be able to get their by Tube when I get in and then
> get from there to King's Cross by Tube the next morning. Sound right?
>
> -Peter
>
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