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    07 July, 2005

    Things I love about London

    In no particular order, a first stab:

    The Thames at night, from either embankment.

    The National Film Theatre, the Renoir, and the Curzon Soho.

    Tate Modern.

    Cabbies who have been to the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

    Ronnie Scott’s.

    Gaby’s in Charing Cross Road.

    Battersea Park.

    Brick Lane.

    Westminster Abbey, again at night.

    The Pied a Terre restaurant, in Charlotte Street.

    Murder One, the crime fiction bookshop.

    The Hayward.

    West Ham’s two new centre backs, Danny Gabbidon and James Collins, bought far too cheaply from Cardiff City.

    Walking in central London.

    Orso in Covent Garden.

    Red Buses.

    Bhel puri in one of the restaurants near Euston.

    St James’s Park.

    And of course….

    My friends.

    My brother.

    Rhondda TV
    The Labour Party

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