filling station

kings cross has really cleaned itself up – the forecourt of st martin’s has become the new somerset house, and close by you have the numerous food vans of eat street – you will also see the odd van closer to st martins.  you also have kings place with its riverside cafe.   and now there is the filling station - i havent actually eaten in the restaurant, but you can pop by and sit by the canal and have coffee and a slice of pizza.   conveniently for me, its all within 15 mins walking from my front door.  i was utterly amazed to find the javelin train so fast – from st pancras to stratford took 6 minutes – it makes going east so much easier and more civilised, though stepping into the westfield shopping centre sent shivers down my spine.  annoyingly making you walk through a shopping centre to get to the olympic village is a drawback.

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