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Being held up on the Underground with no data proved quite exciting. Can anyone beat that?!
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+Jason C I was delayed for about 25 minutes. 

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One of my favourite pictures of John Hurt AND one of my favourite beard portraits. 
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#localguides Team Secret Detective on the prowl! +Google Local Guides​ 
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Rough sea in Brighton today.. 
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Oh my God Xander I was there on Saturday. It was definetly that Windy. Did a job for @Creams Cafe Brighton. Well done

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Lumiere London. I love outside art installations. I hope this becomes an annual event. The Durham version looked better though. 
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+Elle Judge Very true! 

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Six years of requests and still no option to show end times in Google Calendar's month view.  Sad times. 
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Out of all +Google​ products #Calendar is their worst in terms of basic features (as you say 'Event End Times' views and a decent month/next 3 week view, etc) and I will also add +Google Photos​ to this, because since it detached from +Google+​ and they stopped supporting #Picasa it's just missing so much 😑
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A collection of hair-raising beards... 
I originally saw the National Beard and Mustache Championships in the local news paper in Vegas, where I currently live. I had missed the 2012 Championship
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Everything comes down to poo in the end...

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Fun night out on Saturday.. 
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Somebody managed to turn the windy weather into a good thing! #ecofriendly #windpower #brighton 
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Be careful when you go here. You'll see a city, a bay, a harbour, a beach, a park, a forest, mountains and ski resorts all in one go. You'll never want to leave. If you go for dinner here, look up what time sunset is and book a table for then. You won't regret it.
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A pretty good assortment of outdoor gear. I'm not entirely sure that the centre of London is the best place for an outdoor shop, but who am I to judge?! This place has been around for ages, so they're clearly doing something right. Cotswold is a great mid-range brand, especially for waterproof jackets. If you're flush and in an urgent need of a weatherproof outfit, this is your place. Otherwise, I'd probably venture to the Decathlon in Surrey Quays or another larger outdoor shop.
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A pretty average Wetherspoons. The best eatery in Stockley Park, which unfortunately isn't saying much. The food here is better than average quality for a Wetherspoons but the service is slightly below average. At least the views out of the window can be quite pleasant. :-)
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Classic British pub tucked away down a couple of alleys, squeezed in behind lots of corporate buildings. It isn't very big, but there's plenty of space outside if it isn't raining. Good beer selection, you can't go wrong with any of the ales, but other than that it's no frills and all about the cheerful, friendly atmosphere.
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Stoney Cove is a fantastic, straightforward place to scuba dive in-land. They've sunk lots of interesting 'wrecks' over the years to make a dive as interesting as possible. My many years of diving here, I've dived around aeroplanes, helicopters, a Land Rover and actual buildings. You haven't driven a Land Rover until you've driven one 20 metres underwater! The layout is pretty straightforward, with easy changing rooms and an eatery with a view of the training area and the wider cove. This is a pretty good place to learn, provided you got the hang of the basics in a swimming pool. It's especially good for getting the hang of wreck diving before going out to sea.
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A pretty good Mercedes service centre tucked away not far from Heathrow Airport, the M25 and the M4. It's relatively easy to get an appointment, the service is swift, and there's a nice relaxing lounge area with a viewing window onto the workshop. The staff are pretty friendly and professional. Much better than average in my experience. They lose a star for not providing biscuits in the lounge. ;-)
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You would've thought that this would be a flagship John Lewis, given that it is right in the middle of one of the world's busiest retail districts, but actually this branch - while very large - is slightly below the standard set by the brand elsewhere. The staff are often a bit overstretched, and the layout causes lots of bottlenecks when it's busy. If you have the time then go to one of the other branches. The Peter Jones on Sloane Square is a much better example of what John Lewis is normally like, and will be less stressful.
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