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Old 12th January 2017, 20:57   #31
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I don't know - although I wasn't in London yesterday, I've found some routes surprisingly quick during previous tube strikes - I've planned to walk fairly large distances but then caught a bus once a few have passed me.
Not Fleet Street / Strand! Outside zone 1 I suspect it's rather easier too.

For the OP's question - quite often! But a bus is warm and dry. Outside rush hour, it can often be quick - so saves time. I tend to fall over if I walk and play on phone at same time...so bus means I can check work emails etc (or pokemon It's really sensitive to roadworks tho - such as the ones on Moorgate or the Tower Bridge closure etc.
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Old 12th January 2017, 22:58   #32
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Not Fleet Street / Strand! Outside zone 1 I suspect it's rather easier too.
The last couple of times were Camden to The Cut, Southwark and return.
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Not Fleet Street / Strand! Outside zone 1 I suspect it's rather easier too.

For the OP's question - quite often! But a bus is warm and dry. Outside rush hour, it can often be quick - so saves time. I tend to fall over if I walk and play on phone at same time...so bus means I can check work emails etc (or pokemon It's really sensitive to roadworks tho - such as the ones on Moorgate or the Tower Bridge closure etc.
I'd rather walk in the cold and set if it was quicker than a bus. Lol.
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