East London Line alternatives (4). Kate Moss’s birthday.

I hid East London Line alternatives (3) after somebody flattered me that I might get stalked (it was insanely detailed).

But know this – if you’re coming west-bound along the Central Line and trying to get to New Cross, then you could do a lot worse than get out at Liverpool St, walk to Cannon St, London’s most placid terminus, and 9 minutes later you’ll be in New Cross.

For her 34th birthday Kate Moss hired out a couple of floors of the Dorchester for a 34 hour party, but she only withstood 18 hours.

Flesh’s partly incognito 34th birthday party, on the other hand, was divided between a day’s work, a coffee shop interlude, the John Snow on Broadwick St, (popular with the John Snow Society) and a late dinner on Charing X Rd.

It’s like the hare and the tortoise.

1 thought on “East London Line alternatives (4). Kate Moss’s birthday.

  1. Gay equality and Gay equal protection should exist as a norm of fact and thought period !

    Sadly for a reason that simply makes no sense we live without equality in the UK while politicians like the British conservative party want our vote, when 150 plus of their members of parliament voted AGAINST Gay equality, over 50 of them voted very strongly against gay equality!
    I live with my disabled gay Civil partner (we are not permitted to call it a Marriage as that is illegal, ONLY heterosexuals can call it Marriage) in West Berkshire England and have experienced extraordinary persecution while the authorities totally ignore this year long hate crime, etc !

    British nationalism and intolerance under this “Government” is on the increase, and Gay (LGBT) people are treated increasingly as second class citizens, persecuted, and hated.

    This Tory UK “government” wishes to abandoned the European Human rights Act this UK Government signed up for. They say it “protects the wrong people” ? I guess any minority, non hetero, non conservative Tory are the “wrong people” !

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