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    Director/Lead Developer, 2012 - present
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    Web designer, blogger, PHP/JS programmer, 2003 - 2012
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    IT Manager, 1999 - 2003
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    1991 - 1996
  • Westlands
    1989 - 1991
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We've been to Butlins a few times now, and and seen it change over the years. The experience had improved but the price had increased as a result. However, if you're prepared to pay for it, you'll have a good time.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
The Great Northern is a great hotel. The location, adjacent to Kings Cross station, makes access to public transport very easy. The styling of the hotel gives a nod to the days of "classic" train travel, but with all the modern amenities you'd expect from a 21st century hotel. One of the most unusual, yet appealing, features is the presence of a pantry on each floor. This is open 24 hours a day, allowing you to help yourself to hot drinks and sweet treats whenever the need arises. The room itself was comfortable and quiet. As well as the pantry, the room also had a Nespresso machine just in case the trip down the corridor was too much first thing in the morning. The room service menu also surprisingly reasonable - a gin and tonic from room service in a hotel we'd stayed in the night before would have cost £8; at the Great Northern it cost only a much more palatable £3! Overall, I'd recommend the Great Northern. It's not a cheap stay, but that's reflected in the location and luxury in the hotel itself.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Amazing food, the Albion is probably best described as a tex-mex gastropub. The portions are generous (I challenge you to come away hungry) and the menu is a good mix of English, American and Mexican dishes. The price is towards the top end for "pub grub" but it's good value for money. Service is always good and they serve a good range of local ales (the Neame brewery is just down the road). Booking is recommended for evenings, especially at weekends, but popping in for lunch usually results in a table with little wait.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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We went to the Radisson Blu Edwardian for afternoon tea. We arrived late start being stuck in traffic but the staff were very accommodating and it was not a problem at all. We were showed to our table and asked what we would like to drink. We could have unlimited tea and coffee, and naturally there was a choice of each. My wife opted for a pot of English Breakfast tea, and I went for a latte. The coffee was OK, if a little machine-made, but after travelling for 2 hours of war welcome refreshment. The food arrived soon after, and was split into 3 sections - a savoury plate, a sweet plate and a plate with scones and cream on. The star of the day was a small, warm cheese and tomato tart. Perhaps the temperature indicated it was freshly cooked, but it certainly tasted more fresh than some of the other items (the sandwich, for example, felt a little dry). Overall, it enjoyable, but felt like afternoon tea was an option bolted on to their existing services, rather than developed as a unique experience that no one else offers. There was no flair to the whole thing and at times it was hard to get anybodys attention.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
The antithesis of the modern supermarket, Macknade's isn't the sort of place I would visit for my weekly shop, but I'll go there for a number of reasons: a) To buy something a little bit special; something local, natural, unique, and most importantly, delicious. b) To have a look around - the range of fruit, vegetables, meat, cheese and more is incredible. Most of the ranges stocked here you wouldn't find in a chain store. c) To visit the café: serving great coffee, amazing breakfasts, delicious lunches and the most amazing homemade cakes, it's not difficult to pop in whilst visiting the shop. I thoroughly recommend their cinnamon toast for an indulgent breakfast - I've not found anything like it anywhere else! Can't recommend highly enough!
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago