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Until recently this was the only surviving rail network left in Devon. Only joking, obvs :)
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Men in Lycra and lots of it. It's a strong look. I love it. Enjoy the gratuitous just about family friendly photo..
The best thing about riding a bike is that it's possible to dress up in spandex every day and get away with it without anyone realising that it's not exercise, it's a god dang kinky indulgence dress up thang! Interested for m...
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I love mud. Saturday am. rugby with George Cumisky 

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Currently my favorite and most consistently good food in Crystal Palace. I don't know much about Vietnamese menus so play culinary roulette and see what I end up. Each time it's awesome. 
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Apparently you cycle quicker if you have no leg hair. Removing hairs equals shaving seconds. Interesting..... Before I shave, wax, laser, sugar, epliate or IPL, I thought it prudent to do a little research and understand t...
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I got my Chromecast today. Here's why. Now all Web content can be TV content and there seems little way for broadcasters to block this without also blocking Web --because, anything you watch in Chrome can make it to the Chromecast.
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Space is a big topic in our house. The hook goes in early, step on up George, my 3yr old Solar System voyager. 
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Peverel currently don't deliver on their customer charter, specifically 'excellent customer service' and 'demonstrate value for money'. My grandmother is a resident at a warden controlled facility in Poulton Le Flylde and has been unable to leave her 1st floor residence without assistance for the last 4wks due to ongoing lift outage, and incredibly slow reaction to repair. In my business an engineer would have been on site within 24hrs, placing orders for necessary parts within a maximum of 48hrs. It has taken 4wks just to determine that the part is obsolete. This is a disgrace when it involves the lives of vulnerable people. Each occupant of these establishments pays an annual service fee in excess of £2000 to cover breakdowns etc. I would be interested to know what service level agreement is in place for this vital piece of equipment. This is the second time in 3 years that the lift has been out of use. If the lift is that unreliable should not the capital value be written off and the lift replaced? My Family and I await progress but are disillusioned with absence of a commitment to the customer charter so keenly laid out on the Peverel website. I have contacted Janet Entwhistle (Peverel CEO) to escalate my families concerns in the hope that I can update this review with a positive outcome soon.
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Friendly, incredibly good value for money and heartwarmingly local. I had a problem with my new bike and got fantastic service, assurance and communication before anything was done to repair. The work was timely (i.e my expectations were perfectly managed and bike was ready exactly when the shop said it would be), excellently complete mechanically and all done well under what I'd have paid at a chain of cycle shops or at Halfords. I was very pleasantly surprised! Ignore the customers griping in one of the reviews below, this is one of the best cycle shops around and I wish I'd got to know them a long time ago. Worth traveling to if you live outside of Crystal Palace, definitely worth supporting as a local business if you live in and around Crystal Palace.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Currently my favorite and most consistently good food in Crystal Palace. I don't know much about Vietnamese menus so play culinary roulette and see what I end up with. Each time it's awesome. Normally we sit in, have evening dinner accompanied by the most reasonable of BYOB corkages around, I think it's at £3 for wine and fractions of for beer. The restaurant sits on the southern tip of the busy Crystal Palace triangle. It's a lovely spot as the days comings and goings flood in through the tall windows which complement the simple unobtrusive Indochine rustic yet cosy decor. It's cool and not overblown, everything adds to rather than dominating the space. Seating is simple cafe style, a multitude of small intimate tables and bench seating on the few larger tables. Arrive early or book in advance if possible. Service is excellent, both prompt and courteous. Food to table times, as well as order and collect for take-out makes one wonder if the downstairs kitchen have an army of chefs. Food selection is assuringly broad to offer choice yet avoid wondering if it's origins were frozen. On the contrary, everything we've eaten always seems to have been made moments ago. The summer pancakes as a starter are almost translucent, deliciously fresh and so obviously hand rolled to order. 1 split is perfect. Similarly, the salt and pepper calamari puts every other restaurant I've ordered this in to shame. The lightly battered and perfectly cooked fish comes to your table white, not some greasy aged oil but almost looking like cauliflower such is the fluffiness and freshness of the light fry. Rice dishes, beef salads, the Phở (a Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth, linguine-shaped rice noodles, a few herbs, and meat) are all fresh, warming and filling - portions come in beautiful serving bowls and with a man mountain appetite (note, not MM physique though..), I've never been left wanting. We've never had desert, we'd likely need rolling out if we did so I can't comment but this is one of the finest dinning experiences on Crystal Palace triangle and justly thrives. It's rare that I come out of a restaurant feeling healthier than when I went in, but the amount of garden crunch that comes with every course likely means that UO delivers my 5 a day for the week in one sitting. Oh, and the best bit, they could double the prices and it still be good value.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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We've never been to Deal before, and only went because friends have bought a holiday home there and we wanted to see what their interest was. They suggested staying at the Royal Hotel and I'm glad to say it lived up to it's name. Friendly, modern and cosy, all wrapped up in a period building steeped in history on the shorefront overlooking France. We only stayed one night, couldn't get a sea front view (only 3 balcony bedrooms I think - which were booked out months in advance) but regardless, the room we stayed in was perfectly spec'd out, a large (huge) Emperor bed and all the space we needed with a warm and albeit slightly sloping floored bathroom (which added to its charm :) We were also advised to eat in the restaurant and whilst the food was of London restaurant quality, it was priced at only half it's city contemporaries. Fresh local ingredients, superb service and a small but perfectly formed menu resulted in a wonderful meal. My only recommendation to the owners would be to improve the ambience by adding more candles, fewer down lights and make the dining more intimate opposed to sitting in a dining room. Lower and softer lighting would have delivered this in spades.! A small (tiny!) improvement on an otherwise wonderful stay. The accompanying seafront pub / bar was the usual nautically led experience one would expect without being gaudy, big roaring fires and comfy leather sofas the perfect tonic to a howling sea wind walk along the front. We'll defo recommend this ongoing. Deal as a town is small and perfectly formed, a throwback to some of the high streets long deserted by local shops selling local produce. We'll be back, only in summer to see Deal in sunny seaside mode. 10/10 Deal, ditto the Royal Hotel.
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SO, where to start. Firstly, how well qualified am I to comment? Well, I've traveled around many of the worlds major cities and as such I've been privileged to see many of the world's zoos including San Diego, Sydney, NewYork, London. I've also had my fair share of safari parks so have a number of reference points. We visited Paignton Zoo July2012 with my Grandmother, my mother, my wife and our 3 year old son. We had a wheelchair and limited expectations for a coastal zoo. The weather was warm and sunny with overcast occasions, and given it was school holidays we were prepared for a busy day full of holiday makers. First impressions were good, abundant parking, well signposted, good assistance in the car park and short walk down through nice footpaths with animal noises piped in to start bringing the experience to life. We met my mother and grandmother at the front after they'd parked very closely in disabled parking and to my pleasant surprise were ushered through the queues given my grandmothers disabled status. I expected the zoo to be small and with an OK spread of animals and habitats. I couldn't have been any further from the truth. Paignton zoo nestles in a stunning valley with the little river that flows through its center forming multiple beautiful water habitats. These allow the family of Gibons living wild on the island, and the separate Oranguatang and Gorilla enclosures to really come to life. Well positioned walkways with great wheel chair access and cleverly thought our viewing areas meant that access was easy, visibility was great and even when busy, the zoo never felt like there were too many visitors or that small children were inhibited in their views. A mark of a great zoo is happy animals. A good gauge of this is if the monkeys are static and lolling around their enclosures. Across all the Apes and monkey enclosures the animals were literally raucously singing from the tree tops, chasing each other around their enclosures and animated throughout. I've never seen an orangutang looking happy in a zoo. The Paignton Zoo orangutangs were climbing trees and howling at each other. I was thrilled, as were all the visitors around me to see large apes so at home in their beautiful environments. The same is true for the giraffes, the elephants, zebras and so on. I was really impressed. The zoo is well spread out over a good area and each of the enclosures provide good space for the animals with cleverly thought out viewing areas. The keepers were accessible and knowledgeable, and the volunteers helping the public were excellent. Facilities are clean, accessible and staff are courteous throughout. Playgrounds are safe and well maintained and next time we're down in South Devon we'll be back for another visit. Zoo pricing is good but this will be subjective to each visitor so it's unfair to comment on price. What is fair to say is that we thought that pricing was very good compared to other days out, and in terms of value for money this is probably one of the best days out in the South West of England. One final thought - we were lucky with the weather. If it rains the zoo is still designed to provide maximum customer protection whilst maintaining the views of the animals. Some of the internal habitats - especially the desert environments - are fabulous and give you a feeling of being in with the animals. Enjoy a wonderful day out.
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Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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