London Underground, arggghhh.
Just returned from a break in London. Some great individual sights and places there.
But so undermined by the London Underground. Is it always so terrible? How on earth do people who rely on it every day cope? How on earth will it cope with the Olympics?
Time and time again there were disrupted journeys...I don't mind small delays to trains, but by any sensible measure, having multiple lines on the network unavailable at the same time, is not acceptable.
This meant huge detours at best, and left many plans wrecked, even when I left extra early than necessary. Many other countries manage efficient and reliable Underground systems, why should we be so different?
You'd set out each day, see wonderful things, but all interspersed with a pitiful experience on the Underground. It was a toss of a coin whether you'd reach your destination.
Was it just a freak few bad days on the system, or is it always like this?
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